Rescuers found 92 hunting dogs were forced to live in the dark amid feces and mice
Rescuers found 92 hunting dogs were forced to live in the dark amid feces and mice in California. Now most of the nearly 100 abused hunting dogs terriers have found forever loving homes.
These dogs were found living in unsanitary conditions at a home near San Diego. After Humane Society officials seized the dogs back, the couple responsible for the dogs were founding hoarding 78 more dogs at two different locations. These 92 dogs were found living in filth. But they’ve been given forever homes as a result of their previous owners’ arrest. Thanks to their rescue, however, almost all the pets have been adopted by families into loving, healthy environments.