Veterinarians were giving 96 dogs removed from a Lethbridge, Alta. a more thorough check Monday after initial examinations found no major health issues.
The dogs were removed from a home in the Varsity Village area of Lethbridge — about 200 kilometres south of Calgary — by the Alberta SPCA and Lethbridge Animal Services on Friday and are being cared for at an area animal shelters.
Alberta SPCA pulls 100 dogs from Lethbridge home
Two of the younger dogs are a large breed and the rest are small breeds or mixes. They are of varying ages.
The dogs will remain at the shelter as part of a 10-day hold period.
Alberta SPCA spokesperson Roland Lines says the resident of the home co-operated and officials aren't sure yet if charges will be laid.
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