ANNA Shelter Rescues Dozens of Dogs from Hoarding Situation

ERIE, Pa. (Erie News Now) – The ANNA Shelter rescued 31 Jack Russell terriers from a hoarding situation in Pennsylvania. 

They were full of fleas, had varying degrees of skin infections, overgrown nails and overall neglect issues, according to the ANNA Shelter, who recovered the dogs from a Conneautville, Pa. home. 

Team members spent the past two days cleaning and treating them. 

The animal shelter said the dogs will be assessed this week, further treated and then made available for adoption as early as next week. 

In a social media post, the shelter said the owner realized she had a problem and was very cooperative. 

Both the dogs and their owner are now in healthier environments. 


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