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20 shelter dogs transferred from Los Angeles to San Diego

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - The San Diego Humane Society has 20 new dogs available for adoption, and they've all come to us from Los Angeles.

The San Diego Humane Society and ASPCA partnered up to help ease overcrowding in Los Angeles shelters.

Humane Society officials say they've received puppies and dogs that are not usually found in shelters including beagles, labs and golden shepherds.

"The great thing about adopting from a shelter is that our veterinarians have already examined them medically, they've been spayed and neutered, microchipped, they have all their vaccinations," San Diego Humane Society PR Manager Kelli Schry said.

More animals are expected to be transferred to San Diego from Los Angeles in the coming weeks.

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