- Associated Press - Saturday, October 25, 2014

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - The first 30 to 40 dogs seized from the home of a former central New York dog control officer will be ready for adoption Monday.

The Post-Standard of Syracuse reports (https://bit.ly/1rtap1s ) that the dogs were taken from the Tully home of Susan Snavlin, who was charged with animal cruelty Sept. 30.

Snavlin, who resigned as dog control officer in nearby Pompey, has said she kept the dogs because she thought she could give them a good home.

The SPCA of Central New York in Syracuse seized 222 dogs and 23 cats, claiming they were kept in filthy conditions.

The fee to adopt the dogs will be $250, to cover the costs of vaccinating, spaying or neutering and grooming the dogs.

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