84 malnourished, emaciated and matted dogs rescued from horrible puppy mill

The Oklahoma Alliance for Animals, along with the Sequoyah County Sheriff’s Office and the assistance of the Tulsa SPCA, rescued 84 malnourished, emaciated and matted dogs living in horrible conditions at an alleged puppy mill on Friday.

The dogs spent their lives in cages, only kept alive to breed and make money for their owner. Many of the dogs had no teeth, were soaked and caked in urine and feces, and some of the dogs were in extremely critical physical condition. The dogs lived their entire lives on cage bars – no surface beneath their feet. None had ever felt the cool feel of grass under their paws.

 

The veterinary staff and volunteers are doing their best to save their lives. On Saturday, the dogs were being groomed, bathed and going through physical examinations and medical assessments.

The worst of the dogs by far was this dog.

“He was in a tote with another dog, laying in their own filth and urine – totally unable to move. He was hardly identifiable.

“… After 3 hours of grooming, we discovered this boy has two deformed back legs with no feet/paws. Hidden inside 2+ inches of solid matted fur were live maggots. We aren’t sure what the future holds for him, but he is eating well and getting around fairly well. We hope he will gain more strength now that he is actually able to move,”  the rescuers posted on Facebook.

 Funds are desperately needed to help all of these dogs. Sadly, two of the 84 puppy mills dogs died. 

Follow the rescued dogs on  Oklahoma Alliance for Animals.

More information will come forward later. www.animalallianceok.org/donate.

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4 replies
  1. Janie says:

    These people need to spend some time in prison to treat any breathing living thing like this is the most horrible thing they are they need to spend some time in prison not jail not a fine not none of the so-called normal things that most people get to do they are charged with 84 counts of felony animal abuse that calls for prison time in my opinion enough is enough of treating animals like this this is got to stop!

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  2. Janie says:

    These people have neglected abused 84 living breathing animals which we are animals they need to be punished by going to prison they don’t need any of this finds I won’t have any dogs anymore the same old things that people get for doing these things to animals I am sick and tired of seeing these things happen to animals that can’t defend their self and don’t have a voice absolutely sick and have it and now it happens in my backyard no way these people need to go to prison this is a felony law make it happen seriously I read this one dog is nothing but a fireball to end up not having any feet and paws are you joking me the sorry ass people this stuff has got to stop being cruel absolutely I don’t have a word to animals these people are psycho that do this to animals they have to be because I don’t know any other type of person that would do this but someone that doesn’t have any kind of two cells to rub together in their brain the only help they need is to go to prison if they knew it was wrong they wanted money I’ve all evil that’s what it is money the root of all evil sick of it do the right thing for once stand-up Sequoyah County Law Enforcement and District Attorney’s office send people to prison.!!

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  3. Bunny Peters says:

    Glad these little guys were saved and are getting the grooming and veterinary care they so desperately need!!!

    I hope they all recover ASAP and are rehomed into loving furever families who will treat them as precious treasures and beloved family members.

    As for the ones who passed away, I know that they are in Heaven. I am very sorry your lives were stolen by these horrible puppy mill operators. You were failed in every way possible by these so called humans. Your lives mattered and I hope you get justice….. Please look for MacKitty in Heaven and join his wonderful snuggle buddies group and RIP amongst loving friends.

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