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Tornado dogs get a helping hand

Tallulah Trice takes a rescued dog out of the van she drove back Wednesday from areas in Georgia hit earlier this month by tornadoes. It will stay at Brooks Bed & Biscuit in Bluffton until a more permanent home can be found. Trice rescued about 30 dogs that have been homeless since the storms. She is a board member with the HAND Foundation, a Lowcountry nonprofit group that relocates animals from overcrowded local shelters to shelters in other states, such as New York, that have adoption waiting lists.
Tallulah Trice takes a rescued dog out of the van she drove back Wednesday from areas in Georgia hit earlier this month by tornadoes. It will stay at Brooks Bed & Biscuit in Bluffton until a more permanent home can be found. Trice rescued about 30 dogs that have been homeless since the storms. She is a board member with the HAND Foundation, a Lowcountry nonprofit group that relocates animals from overcrowded local shelters to shelters in other states, such as New York, that have adoption waiting lists. Jonathan Dyer/The Island Packet

Tallulah Trice, a board member with the HAND Foundation, a Lowcountry nonprofit group that relocates animals from overcrowded local shelters to shelters in other states, is bringing dogs from tornado-damaged sections of the South to safety in Bluffton.

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