The Nebraska Humane Society has rounded up 18 dogs that were found in unsanitary conditions in King Lake.
The animals were all living in conditions that included feces, urine and trash in the home.
The dogs were not licensed or vaccinated for rabies.
The Humane Society’s Mark Langan said, “Since we first brought the dogs here to the shelter, three have had puppies - kind of shows you the out-of-control situation that we had going in that house. So we'll hold the dogs here until court and hopefully for not too long of a time, they'll be up for adoption."
The owner of the dogs, 59-year old Barbara Dalhgren, will be cited for several counts of animal cruelty. She’ll also be cited for the licensing and vaccination violations.
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