Dozens of dogs rescued from northwest Kansas home


NORTON, Kan. (KSNW) – The Norton Police Department and Norton County Animal Control worked this weekend to complete a dog rescue. It happened on Sunday in the 500 block of West Washington Street in Norton after several complaints were received.

Authorities went to the home and found 51 adult dogs and 12 puppies.

The National Mill Dog Rescue based in Peyton, Colorado took custody of the dogs, and they are working to assess their health for eventual placement.

According to officials, the city will continue to investigate the incident. The names of those involved are not being released at this time pending the completion of the investigation.

The rest of the dogs from the emergency rescue because of a hoarding situation are being taken into Lily's Haven.Emergency missions like this are made possible by your support. Please consider donating so we can continue to respond quickly and save dogs in need.

Posted by National Mill Dog Rescue on Sunday, February 26, 2017

Here are pictures of some of the dogs we just rescued. It was an emergency and we are grateful that we were able to…

Posted by National Mill Dog Rescue on Sunday, February 26, 2017

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