Reporter: Renee Chou
RALEIGH, N.C. — Seventy animals were seized from a Raleigh home on Thursday afternoon.
Wake County Animal Shelter Foster and Rescue Coordinator Joanne Duda said the 67 dogs seized from 6608 Professor St. were kept in cages, sometimes two or three at a time, and appeared neglected.
Some dogs had medical problems, including tumors, cancer and open sores, and others were so obese they could not stand on their own.
Duda said the dog owners appeared to be breeders.
Acting on a tip, Raleigh Police's Animal Control Unit responded to the home at 9 a.m. and returned in the afternoon to collect the animals.
Police said 51 dogs were surrendered and 16 dogs and three cats were being held in protective custody..." More & video
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