On Friday evening, the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (PSPCA) executed a search warrant for a law firm on West 10th Street in Marcus Hook which also doubled as a licensed dog rescue. Authorities removed 28 German shepherds in poor condition. The home was alleged to be full of animal feces and urine.
According to nbcphiladelphia.com, humane officers called the living conditions of the adult dogs, puppies, and one pregnant dog as "filthy and appalling."
The dogs were "neglected, abused, and suffering from various medical conditions."
Terry Silva, an attorney for the law firm faces multiple counts of animal cruelty.
All of the dogs were brought to the PSPCA where they will be evaluated, treated, and eventually be available for adoption.
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