The Tulsa Humane Society says it dumped everything to rescue 60 dogs from illegal breeding operations in Mays County.
Adoption manager Rachel Ward said, “Many of them had treatable medical conditions that were not treated. We had several harnesses cut that had been left untreated and caused infections. I had to.
According to Ward, they had dogs of different breeds, including huskies and pregnant dogs, in poor condition.
She says they have stopped operating and taken the dog.
“The animals were left alone with no access to food or water. They were kept outside of makeshift shelters, so it wasn’t the best when we went in the Oklahoma winter,” Ward said. said.
She says humane societies have legal custody of dogs and can work on adopting nursing mothers and puppies and adopting other dogs.
“We are responsible for basic needs, housing, food, water and basic health care, so we can provide life-saving health care,” she said.
Unfortunately, situations like this are happening all too often in the state, and Ward says he needs the help of others to stop them.
“We are really trying to raise awareness for people in the community to educate themselves on what these sites look like. I’m going out to
She says she has about 15 dogs ready for adoption. Please contact the Humane Society if you are interested.