Dogs Seized in Kaufman County

MoshPix: Approximately 50 dogs were rescued from an alleged puppy mill in Kaufman County Wednesday.

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An emergency shelter has been set up at the Kaufman County Fairgrounds.
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The Kaufman County Sheriff's Office seized the Chihuahuas, Malteses, Miniature Schnauzers and four litters of puppies Wednesday.
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The alleged puppy mill has been a target of law enforcement in the past. Klassie Kennel was raided in 2009 and more than 500 animals were seized then.
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Deputies found many of the dogs seized had no access to food or water and were suffering from malnutrition and hair loss.
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An emergency shelter has been set up at the Kaufman County Fairgrounds.
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Approximately 50 dogs were rescued from an alleged puppy mill in Kaufman County according to the Animal Rescue Corps.
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The puppies were found to be living in enclosures with so much urine and feces they were breathing high levels of ammonia.
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There the animals will receive veterinary exams, vaccinations and any medical treatment needed. After a custody hearing the animals may be placed with shelters and rescue groups in the area.
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Deputies found many of the dogs seized had no access to food or water and were suffering from malnutrition and hair loss. The puppies were found to be living in enclosures with so much urine and feces they were breathing high levels of ammonia.
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Approximately 50 dogs were rescued from an alleged puppy mill in Kaufman County according to the Animal Rescue Corps.
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Margaret Boyd, 73, was arrested in 2009 for animal cruelty in 2009 after sheriff's deputies seized more than 500 animals from her property. The sheriff's department moved in Wednesday when they obtained evidence Boyd was in violation of probation.
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