Three of the dogs rescued from a home last week in Falls City are ready for new homes. Nebraska Humane Society spokesperson Pam Wiese says three females are among the 65 Chihuahua mixes where were rescued from overcrowded and unsanitary conditions on August 17th. Many of the dogs suffered from fleas, parasites and respiratory issues due to excessive urine.
The three dogs that are up for adoption have been treated for health issues and have good social skills. The rest of the dogs will receive health care and will be socialized so they can become good family pets. Some are also waiting on medical procedures before entering the adoption program.
The dogs were taken from an elderly couple who simply were overwhelmed and unable to care for so many dogs. They were not cited.