Dogs from hoarding case ready for adoption | Dogalize
The first dogs from a hoarding case are moving from Louisville Metro Animal Services to Animal House to begin the process of finding their forever homes.
Two female Jack Russell Terriers and seven puppies will be up for adoption.
Sixty-six dogs and twelve cats were rescued from a home last month. The animals were groomed and given treatments for illnesses.
Anyone who wants to adopt one of the animals from this hoarding case will be required to have a home visit. This means the potential adopter will not be able to take the animal home the same day.
If you're interested in making one of these dogs part of your family, you can fill out an application at Animal House or online.
The hoarding case has been putting a strain on resources at Animal Services. The shelter has gotten an overwhelming amount of donations but they still need dog and cat food, toys and blankets.
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