Breinigsville, Pa. (WPVI) -- A Lehigh Valley rescue group is helping nearly a dozen dogs that were left homeless by the devastating wildfires in Tennessee.
Eleven dogs arrived at the Sanctuary at Haafsville on Tuesday.
It is one of the first rescue groups to accept dogs from the Gatlinburg area fires.
The dogs will be available for adoption after they are spayed or neutered and given a clean bill of health.
Tennessee wildfire homeless dogs arrive in Lehigh Valley