21 dogs removed from NC home after ‘poor animal living conditions’ reported

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CURRITUCK, N.C. (WAVY) — Nearly two dozen dogs were removed from a home in Currituck County after officials there was a complaint of “poor animal living conditions.”

In a Facebook post, county officials said Animal Control officers responded to the complaint on Sunday. 

Currituck County Animal Control officers removed 21 dogs — three mothers and 18 puppies — from the home, officials said.

Charges are pending against the owners, who have not been identified.

Officials said the dogs are being cared for at a shelter.

Items can be donated to help the dogs, officials said.

To make a donation, call the Currituck County Animal Shelter at 252-453-8682 to see what items they need. The shelter is closed to the public on Mondays.

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