They were seized without a pet passport, while being exported for sale in the UK.
A number of puppies and adult dogs have been seized at Dublin Port and are currently in the care of the DSPCA.
They were seized last night without a pet passport, while being exported for sale in the UK.
It's the 4th seizure of its kind this year, bringing the total number of puppies seized to over 500 in the last 18 months.
The DSPCA's Gillian Bird says they'll be looking for new homes within the next week.