200 Chihuahuas removed from home

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Date: July 20th, 2012

Category: Nutty News

HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania – More than 200  Chihuahuas have been removed from what officials are calling unsanitary  conditions in a central Pennsylvania home.

The state Agriculture Department said that dog wardens  cooperating with state police executed a search warrant at the home in Benton,  in Columbia County, after receiving numerous tips.

They say many of the dogs were sick and numerous dead dogs were found. State  police are expected to file animal cruelty charges against the owners.

Mike Pechart oversees dog law enforcement activities at the Agriculture  Department. He calls it “an unfortunate situation of animal hoarding.”  Full Article

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