3 more dogs rescued from hoarding situation prepped for adoption

Published: May. 31, 2015 at 8:58 PM CDT|Updated: Jun. 28, 2015 at 8:58 PM CDT
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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Huntsville Animal Services is once again asking for your help in finding new homes for dogs that were rescued from a hoarding situation earlier in May.

The owners of 20 small-breed dogs brought the brood to Huntsville Animal Services, saying they simply could no longer take care of that number of animals.

A majority of the dogs have since been adopted out, but officials are still looking to house three more.

Dr. Karen Sheppard with Huntsville Animal Services said the dogs are about four years old, current on all vaccines, will be fixed in the next few days, and will have to adjust quickly to a home environment.

They range from 8-15 pounds and are mixtures of chihuahua/rat terrier with possible beagle mix.

The adoption fee for each of these dogs is $35. You are asked to contact Huntsville Animal Services at (256) 883-3782 for more information.

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