35 Dogs Rescued from Unlivable Conditions
Lost Paws Rescue of Texas Fosters 10 Dogs from Seizure
Lost Paws Rescue of Texas is committed to the rescue of vulnerable dogs and cats.
In all, thirty five sweet schnauzer mixes were taken into custody to assess health and re-home.
Lost Paws Rescue of Texas agreed to take 10 dogs, 3 of whom were known to be pregnant.
Two sets of puppies have been born – bringing our total rescue to 23 dogs. They will all be vetted and made ready for adoption in the coming months.
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Our pets available for adoption consist of dogs and cats extracted from shelters, from breeder releases and owner surrenders. These elements make up about 42-60% of our adoption rates.
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By Vanessa Garcia |August 15, 2019 at 10:16 AM CDT – Updated August 16 at 2:46 AM
AMARILLO, Texas (KFDA) – Animal control deputies rescued 35 dogs yesterday after discovering they were living in an unlivable residence in Randall County.
On Wednesday, Randall County Animal Control deputies went to a home in the Catalpa Trailer Park to investigate a possible animal cruelty case.
Deputies said the conditions were unlivable, describing the floor covered in dog feces, fleas and ticks throughout the trailer and torn furniture and holes in the floor and walls.
The dogs were covered in fleas and had hair loss, the back yard had overgrown weeds and the front yard was littered with trash.
During the investigation, deputies discovered the home owner was living in a shop building located on the property.
Before leaving the property, deputies sprayed the area with disinfectant…
The investigation is ongoing and 35 charges of cruelty to a non-livestock animal are possible.
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