The Monmouth County SPCA has come to the rescue, but these dogs need so much help so here's what you can do.


When help arrived, they found several pregnant dogs along with newborn puppies just hours old.

The smell emanating from the property was so fact the entire situation was so bad that a family member called and reported the dog hoarding.

When the Monmouth County SPCA (MCSPCA) got there, they found animals with only dirty water to drink (for those that even had access to water) out in the dangerous heat, matted fur, and living in deplorable conditions.

Some of these dogs could barely walk because they had been kept caged for so long. And they were in a sweltering house.

MCSPCA officials say they will be sure to bring the highest count of charges allowable by law forward to this individual.

Meanwhile, the veterinarians at the MCSPCA will work hard to save them all and then find them forever homes.

But this task can be overwhelming and your help is greatly appreciated. All of the dogs need extensive medical attention, emergency grooming, spay/neuter, vaccines, microchips, and foster support. Please consider making a donation to help give these scared and confused babies the best chance of living a normal life.

CLICK HERE to make a donation.

And if you can provide a foster home without small children, please email

These dogs are not yet available for adoption. The MCSPCA is still assessing and treating all 60+ of them to make up for all of the veterinary care they have missed. FOLLOW HERE and HERE for updates on when they will be up for adoption.

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