WARREN, P.A. (WKBW) — Nearly 40 dogs were found between two homes in Warren, Pennsylvania, Friday, living in poor conditions. They were seized and taken to Paws Along the River for care and rehab.
The humane society reports the dogs needed veterinary care and did not have proper shelter.
Eight staffers and volunteers helped in the six-hour seizure, Friday, working through cold temperatures and snowy conditions.
There is no word on any arrests.
The humane society explains you can help in a couple of ways:
- volunteer with cleaning, laundry and care
- donating money to offset bills for food, care and some things the dogs need
If you'd like to volunteer, you can fill out an application at 212 Elm Street, Warren, PA. You can register as a volunteer and donate to the humane society online.
There is a wish list for these dogs. You can find it by clicking here.