Warning: Video may be graphic for some viewers. More than 30 dogs have been on their way to living better lives after being rescued from horrible conditions in West Tennessee. Courtesy: Animal Rescue Corps
Courtesy: Animal Rescue Corps
UNION CITY, Tenn. - More than 30 dogs have been on their way to living better lives after being rescued from horrible conditions in West Tennessee.
The Animal Rescue Corps found the 33 dogs living in feces and without food and water in Obion County.
Photos: 33 Dogs Rescued From Poor Living Conditions
The dogs found inside the house included Chihuahuas, Chihuahua mixes, and Shih Tzus.
Several Labradors and hounds were also found outside with no food or water.
The property owner was cited with animal cruelty.
All the dogs have been moved to an emergency shelter in Lebanon where they will get the medical care they need before eventually being adopted into loving homes.