Humane society seizes 22 dogs living in ‘deplorable conditions’

An Ohio humane society is now taking care of 22 German Shepherd dogs after they were seized from property that they described as “deplorable conditions.”The Ohio SPCA & Humane Society said as soon as they arrived at the scene, they knew the seizure was necessary. They removed the 22 dogs from the property and took them to the shelter.Humane society officials said the owner of the dogs has since willingly surrendered them. All 22 dogs will need to be spayed/neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. According to the humane society, several of the German Shepherds are showing signs of upper respiratory infections and will require medicine.They said the shelter always tries to be prepared for these situations, however, noted how much of a toll the 22 dogs will take on their resources. The cost for all their care will total more than $8,000.The Ohio SPCA & Humane Society is asking for support from the public. Click here if you’d like to donate.The shelter said they’re also in need of adult and puppy food, treats and peanut butter. Items can be sent to 3606 Elida Road in Lima, Ohio.

An Ohio humane society is now taking care of 22 German Shepherd dogs after they were seized from property that they described as “deplorable conditions.”

The Ohio SPCA & Humane Society said as soon as they arrived at the scene, they knew the seizure was necessary. They removed the 22 dogs from the property and took them to the shelter.

Ohio SPCA & Humane Society

Humane society officials said the owner of the dogs has since willingly surrendered them.

All 22 dogs will need to be spayed/neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. According to the humane society, several of the German Shepherds are showing signs of upper respiratory infections and will require medicine.

They said the shelter always tries to be prepared for these situations, however, noted how much of a toll the 22 dogs will take on their resources. The cost for all their care will total more than $8,000.

The Ohio SPCA & Humane Society is asking for support from the public. Click here if you’d like to donate.

The shelter said they’re also in need of adult and puppy food, treats and peanut butter. Items can be sent to 3606 Elida Road in Lima, Ohio.

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