A Michigan woman who had about 90 dogs and puppies removed from her farm has been sentenced to five years of probation on an animal cruelty charge.
Ribbon is at the Michigan Humane Society, hoping her forever family comes by to scoop her up.
The sheriff’s department says the pack is believed to include seven to 12 dogs, at least two of which are adults.
She couldn’t eat and could barely breathe, but a lucky dog’s tail is once again wagging after a rescue in Detroit.
“It’s festive, it’s a relaxed day, it’s a heart-opening day,” said Village Green Director of Public Relations Roger Tertocha. “We’re all attached to our pets, this is a chance to share more of your life with your co-workers.”
Investigators found nearly 100 large-breed dogs and puppies, mainly poodle mixes, living in what were described as disgusting conditions.
Pets In Peril a non-profit rescue based in Flint consists of seven women and one man who rescue neglected and abused dogs from the neediest areas of Flint
A woman has been arraigned on animal cruelty charges after authorities removed about 90 dogs and puppies from her property northwest of Detroit.
Officials say the large-breed dogs and puppies, mainly poodle mixes, were being sold online.
Workers involved in blight elimination efforts in Flint found 12 dead dogs dumped in the middle of a street in trash bags.