When a Pennsylvania-based hunting club decided to downsize, it approached Main Line Animal Rescue (MLAR) and asked if it would take some of the retired dogs. With a grant from The Grey Muzzle Organization, MLAR was able to take home seven retired hounds on its first trip to the hunt club. After about a week, they were able to take a few more. The next week after that, they took even more, eventually bringing the total of rescued hounds to 23.
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