36 dogs removed from Town of Wilson home after animal welfare investigation

TOWN OF WILSON, Wis. - 36 dogs were removed from a Sheboygan County home Friday after an animal welfare investigation.

On Thursday, the Sheboygan County Sheriff's Office executed search warrants regarding that investigation in the Town of Wilson.

The sheriff's office, along with the Sheboygan County Humane Society (SCHS), removed the dogs Friday. Police have not said why the dogs were taken from the home.

SCHS is checking on all the dogs to make sure they are healthy and well.

"We are partnering with Wisconsin Humane, who are going to help us to take in some of the dogs to house them properly," said Leah Helms, SCHS Executive Director. "Our facility is not large enough to keep them all here at this time."

SCHS is accepting monetary donations for vet checks and necessary medicine for the dogs. They are also asking for donations of pine or cedar wood shavings for the dogs.

To help these animals, visit the SCHS website here.

No names are being released as no one has been charged yet.

 

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