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Scared Dog In The Corner Wasn’t Responding. When They Looked Closer? Oh No…

Gibson County, Tennessee was home to a dog breeding facility. Dogs were forced to live in squalor and have babies.
This breeding facility (aka puppy mill), located 2 hours west of Nashville had 50 dogs on the property when the Animal Rescue Corps (ARC), a national animal protection nonprofit, arrived on scene to collect the dogs.
The dogs were mostly small breeds, like Boston Terriers, Chihuahuas, and Shih-Tzu’s. Two dogs were dead.
Inside, the dogs all were living in very small cages that were filthy.
The dogs were laying in their own urine and feces. Some of the dogs were only a few days old.
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Scotlund Haisley, president of the ARC, said that the dogs had most likely never even been outside, they spent their entire lives in a wire cage.
One cage held three dogs, two of them were alive and had to share their tiny cage with the other, dead dog.
None of the dogs had been fed recently, or very well; there was no water. A few cages were in the direct sun.
The operation was called Operation Summer saves, all 48 surviving dogs have been relocated to an emergency shelter 40 minutes from Nashville.
The owner of this facility is being charged with 50 counts of animal cruelty.
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Operation Dire Straits in Morgan County, Tennessee rescued 32 animals!
Bonaparte, a severely malnourished puppy, was unconscious when he was found, he has a fractured jaw.
The owner of this property is facing 18 counts of animal cruelty.
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