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Dozens of dogs were rescued from a home north of Chicago where they were found matted and covered in feces.
The dogs were found at a home in Glencoe, Illinois after police were called to do a well-being check, according to a report by Chicago Tribune. Reports indicate that officials found somewhere between 35 and 40 dogs in the home.
A neighbor reportedly said crews were on scene at the home for nine hours on Thursday, May 14 and four hours on Friday, May 15.
About 30 dogs, which were between two and five years old, were taken to the Glencoe Animal Hospital, according to the report. Veterinarian and owner, Sara Grogman said the dogs’ eyes and ears were not visible until the feces and matted fur was removed.
“The smell of one dog was horrendous,” Grogman said, according to Chicago Tribune. “I can’t imagine what…
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