As a result of a rescue, 13 Texas winer dogs, who have been badly abused will need new homes. KVUE News has the full story plus video.
The critters are getting care and attention at the Humane Society of Williamson County, which is working to address their medical needs, spay and neuter the dogs and feed them adequately before making them available for adoption. Most of the dogs should be ready to go to new homes within the week.
“It’s an empowering feeling for us to know that we’ll be able to help all these animals,” Albrecht said.
Deputies are investigating the dogs’ former owner. Evidence on the dogs shows they may have been overbred.
Here’s another sad story on Dachshund abuse in Texas.
And because we all love a happy ending, here’s the story of a Mississippi Doxie who found his forever home.