70 Plus Dogs Seized From House In Winston-Salem Due To Violations


From the Forsyth County Humane Society: Update on the 70+ dogs impounded last week in Forsyth County: 

Most are in generally good condition. They are not available for adoption yet and are not available for viewing. We are keeping them calm and comfortable.

Small and medium martingale dog collars and leashes, stainless steel water bowl, toys, pee pads, towels, large black trash bags, paper towels, and Lysol wipes.If you would like to Foster, please fill out the foster form here and staff will be in touch next week. https://www.forsythhumane.org/foster

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – A Forsyth County man is facing more than 70 charges of violating a county ordinance involving dogs that were seized from his house.

"This is the first time for us though, but it does happen all over the United States," described Sarah Williamson with the Forsyth County Humane Society, when talking about the sheer amount of dogs.

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