Though the dogs were covered in fleas, they were well-nourished and relatively healthy, the announcement said. The pack has been divided into smaller groups to be assessed. All of them will be treated for fleas, de-wormed, spayed or neutered and vaccinated.
“This is one of the most deplorable cases of animal hoarding I have seen,” Noah’s Ark founder and president Jama Hedgecloth said. “The dogs were everywhere, literally coming out of kitchen cabinets and mattresses. I am grateful we have the staff, volunteers and resources to give these animals a new life. We will rely on our loyal donors to raise the money needed to provide medical treatment and rehab care for this many animals.”