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.
Investigators found nearly 100 large-breed dogs and puppies, mainly poodle mixes, living in what were described as disgusting conditions.
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.
Police conducting a drug raid at a Detroit-area home found the remains of several dogs wrapped in plastic in a kitchen freezer alongside frozen food.
Eighteen dogs found living in awful conditions at a suspected puppy mill in southern Michigan were removed by a rescue group.
Officials say many of the dogs, primarily Jack Russell terriers and Shiba Inus, were discovered living in outdoor enclosures with little protection from the elements and without clean drinking water.