130 Dogs Rescued from Hoarder Wait to be Saved Again

130 Dogs Rescued from Hoarder Wait to be Saved AgainMore than 130 dogs that were saved from a hoarder in California may need saving again.

According to San Bernardino County Animal Care and Control officials, dogs that had been living in one large pack for many years without proper food, medical care, and human interaction were seized from Rainbow’s End Animal Sanctuary in Apple Valley on June 18. Some of them had to be euthanized due to health conditions and the rest of them can only be given to rescue groups due to costly and extensive medical care and behavior work they need.

Unfortunately, most rescue groups may only be able to take one or two dogs. Soon they’ll have to free kennel spaces to give way for new dogs. If they don’t find sponsor for the 130 dogs, they will have to be euthanized, according to Doug Smith, the supervising animal control officer at the Devore Animal Shelter

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