DEVORE (CBSLA.com) — Nearly 200 dogs rescued from an alleged puppy mill in Lucerne Valley earlier this month could find themselves in a new home starting Monday.

The 191 dogs, who were found abandoned and suffering from neglect, were taken in at the San Bernardino County Animal Shelter Feb. 6.

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On Saturday, they were transported from the Devore shelter to neighboring shelters in Upland, Rancho Cucamonga and Pomona in order to accommodate them for spay and neuter procedures, officials said.

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The owner of the dogs, ranging from Cocker Spaniels and bulldogs to Labradors and poodles, has not been identified. For a full list of the breeds, click here.

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Anyone interested in adopting a pup was asked to contact San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control at (909)386-9820 or visit their website to see photographs of the animals awaiting adoption.