FLEMINGTON, N.J. – Roughly 200 dogs have been discovered from what authorities contend was a “massive hoarding situation” during a New Jersey home.
Law coercion officers and animal gratification groups went to a Hunterdon County home Tuesday to mislay a dogs. Officials pronounced a animals seemed to have had singular tellurian hit and minimal to no veterinary care.
Many of a dogs were profound and/or had “masses and infections.”
The specific plcae of a home was not disclosed.
Officials contend all of a animals will need of vaccinations and will be dewormed, microchipped, and spayed or neutered. The dogs were found in a home and in other buildings during a site.
Authorities haven’t identified a skill owners or pronounced either anyone will face charges in a matter.