Over 3 dozen dogs rescued from ‘horrendous hoarding’ in Columbiana Co.

His trial is set for next month. New at six. More than 30 dogs rescued from a home in Columbiana County. Investigators found the animals living in horrendous conditions. A neighbor called police to check on the homeowner along Mountz Road. And that’s when they made the discovery. 27 First News Reporter Tyler Trill got a first hand look a t how those dogs are doing tonight. He is live in the newsroom with that exclusive video. [C21]27VR2 NEW AT 6-SG [C22]20170314 KNOX TWP DOGS-INTRO Deputies entered the home, and found feces, urine and trash everywhere–condition s so bad they could not search the house for the owner. They also saw all these dogs inside the home—that’s when they called the dog pound. The dog warden says she had to wear a protective suit while inside. I was the only news camera that captured video of all these dogs at the pound today. They all range in age and size. Columbiana County’s Dog Warden tells me some dogs do have skin conditions and cuts to the eyes—one of the rescued chihuahuas is even blind. They also discovered a dog had died inside the home. ” SOME PEOPLE FEEL THAT ALL THEY ARE DOING IS HELPING AN ANIMAL, AND IN ALL REALITY THEY ARE HURTING IT. THE HOARDING SITUATION WAS HORRENDOUS ” Pecorelli says all the dogs have found homes — 5 have been adopted, while the rest are going to rescues in Michigan and Wisconsin. The home owner was found. No charges will be pressed—the dog pound says that will not do anyone any good. A man is accused of punching a detective in the face in East

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