ST. CLAIR COUNTY, Mich. – Authorities with the St. Clair County Animal Control are now looking for homes to take in one of the many dogs rescued from a suspected dog-breeder.
On Nov. 5, 83 dogs with medical issues were seized from a suspected dog-breeder in St. Clair Township. Police said the dogs were found in cramped wire cages stacked on top of each other.
St. Clair County Animal Control will start accepting applications for the dogs Monday. Officials will then set up appointments for families to meet the dogs.
Anyone interested in adopting one of the rescued dogs is asked to contact the St. Clair County Animal Control at AnimalControl@StClairCounty.org or by phone at 810-984-3155.
The St. Clair County Animal Control is requesting donations to help assist in treating the dogs. You can donate food, soap, cash and other items here.