More than three-dozen dogs and puppies were seized from a rural home in northern Iowa’s Humboldt County last night. Tom Colvin, director of the Animal Rescue League of Iowa, says the 39 canines were in fairly good health.Colvin says most of the dogs were Labrador retrievers, along with several shihtzus and one husky. He hasn’t yet been told of any arrests being made.Colvin says whoever lived at the house was reportedly breeding the dogs and selling them without a license. Colvin was at the house and says it was just revolting to see how some people will treat animals.He says several of the dogs were in cages with partly eaten carcasses of other dogs. Nearly 60 dogs and cats were removed from a home near the Boone County town of Boxholm in late February.
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