- Associated Press - Monday, March 14, 2016

RACINE, Wis. (AP) - The Wisconsin Humane Society has rescued 18 dogs from a home in Racine.

The Humane Society removed the dogs Monday after police reported a possible case of animal hoarding.

Wisconsin Humane Society spokeswoman Angela Speed says the owners were cooperative and decided to surrender the 17 Chihuahuas and one beagle.

The Journal Times of Racine (https://bit.ly/1QTBdcc ) reports the dogs received veterinary treatment at the Humane Society’s Racine campus. Some of the dogs were then taken to the organization’s Ozaukee campus.

The owners of the dogs were not identified. Some of the dogs could be up for adoption by the end of the week.


Information from: The Journal Times, https://www.journaltimes.com

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