Owner Faces Animal Cruelty Charges After More than 200 Chihuahuas Found in One Home - Extreme Hoarding Case
A dog owner faces animal cruelty charges after more than 200 chihuahuas were found in one home central Pennsylvania home in a possible extreme animal hoarding case.
Officials have removed the animals and many of the chihuahuas were sick and ailing and several were dead and living in what authorities called "unsanitary conditions."
They are now in a shelter and being given care by veterinarians.
According to WXII:
"State Agriculture Department said late Thursday that dog wardens, in cooperation with state police, executed a search warrant at the home in Benton, Columbia County, after receiving numerous tips."
The report adds that state police are expected to file animal cruelty charges against the owners.
After the dogs are treated by the veterinarians - they will evaluated for adoption.
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