They rescue 21 dogs that were so badly nourished ... they ate tree branches!

The puppies were rescued and are now ready for adoption.

Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA / Courtesy

In state of extreme malnutrition Y abandonment, they were rescued 21 puppies who were in a house in Ontario, to the east of The Angels, and now he is in a shelter, waiting for people with a good heart to be encouraged to adopt them.

After multiple complaints made by the organization Good Samaritans, who warned that a group of dogs lived in Deplorable conditions, an investigation was conducted near the number 3800 of the street Antelope Creek. Also they neighbors they had complained about bad smell and noise that was perceived in the block.

Agents arrived at the place Police from Ontario, accompanied by staff from the animal society Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA (IVHS). The owner of the animals finally gave up the 21 dogs to be taken to the shelter.

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BREAKING NEWS 🚨 21 malnourished and starving dogs were rescued from an Ontario home by IVHS & SPCA officials. The dogs, ranging in age from 1 – 13 years and predominantly of the Labrador and Spaniel breeds, were found eating small tree branches to sustain themselves and had no food or water. Our officers arrived on scene with the assistance of Ontario PD after several complaints from Good Samaritans about a smell that was noticeable from across the street. The owner signed over the dogs to us, and is currently facing charges for animal cruelty. Each dog has been individually assessed by the IVHS & SPCA veterinary staff and has received the immediate care he / she needed. They are now AVAILABLE for adoption and looking for homes that will give them the love and attention they deserve. These furry friends will need additional care once adopted and adopters will be briefed on the proper care each dog will require. All rescued dogs will be spayed / neutered, dewormed, microchipped, vaccinated, and have their fleas & ticks treated. If you would like to give these dogs a new life, please come down to our shelter and speak to our Adoption Counselors today. (Kennels #’s 54, 50, 48, 47). . . Your donations are what make rescuing animals like this possible. Please visit iv️ to make a contribution to our animal welfare mission today! #adoptdontshop #rescuedogs #savinganimallives

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The 21 dogs are in ages between 1 and 13 years. Those of race predominate Labrador Retriever Y Spaniel breeds. They were in malnutrition, some eating tree twigs to surviveWell, they had no food or clean water.

After an assessment by the veterinary staff, the shelter will be taking care of the temporary care, but will be available for adoption. "If you would like to give these dogs a new life," the authorities ask, "please, Go to our shelter to talk to our adoption consultants".

For more information, you can check the association's website.

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