Shelter Overwhelmed by Seizure of 353 Dogs from Breeder

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The Allegan County Animal Shelter was inundated after 353 badly neglected Shih Tzu and Pomeranian dogs were seized Monday from a local breeder. The shelter’s normal capacity is 36. Monday, it was operating at near 10 times its normal capacity. Help is needed.

Monetary assistance and donations of bleach, soft canned dog food, and blankets are requested. If you are able to adopt or foster a dog, visit the Allegan County Animal Shelter’s Facebook page or its site at Petfinder.

If you are able to offer local assistance,  contact information for the shelter is:

Allegan County Animal Shelter
2293 33rd Street
Allegan, MI 49010
269.686.5112

36 thoughts on “Shelter Overwhelmed by Seizure of 353 Dogs from Breeder”

  1. ‘Breeder’? I can think of other more appropriate labels. I cannot understand how any human being with a shred of compassion could allow something like this to go on. Even for money….
    I believe there is a great need for rescue groups to step up and take some of these dogs. They need grooming and socialization before being adopted into homes.
    Of course if people would adopt the dogs CURRENTLY in the shelter it would free up much needed space for these poor dogs. That isn’t as ‘glamorous’ perhaps, but truly needed.

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