Currituck Animal Services makes large pet rescue from poor living conditions
The Currituck County Department of Animal Services and Control responded to a complaint of poor animal living conditions on Sunday, January 13. As a result, 21 dogs were seized from a home in Currituck. The pets included three mothers and 18 puppies.
All of the dogs are now being cared for at the Currituck County Animal Shelter and cruelty charges are pending against the owners.
More information will be provided as it becomes available.
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