200 dogs rescued from a New Jersey home

The owners are expected to face charges

(WWLP) – More than 200 dogs were rescued from a New Jersey home.  Monmouth county officers found the dogs living in what one officer described as the “worst hoarding situation” they had ever seen.  A total of 276 dogs were rescued, most of them small breeds.

The dogs were found on bookshelves, under beds, and between walls.  Most of the dogs were well-taken care of, but were under-socialized and scared.

The owners are expected to face charges.

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