“These dogs were being kept not as beloved pets, but as cash crops — churning out litter after litter of puppies for the profit of the property owner,” Scotlund Haisley, the Humane Society’s senior director of emergency services, said in a statement. “The animals on this property were in dire need of help — one dog was so matted that we had to cut him out of his cage. … I pulled 86 dogs out of one trailer, a mobile home that is about 16 (feet) by 50″ feet, he said. “They were all in cages in crates inside this trailer.”
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As ever: please spay and neuter, adopt from shelters, never buy from pet stores, and encourage your friends and families to do the same.