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37 Dogs Rescued From Hoarding Situation in Montgomery County

(January 4, 2024)

The Houston SPCA, along with the assistance of Montgomery County Precinct 2 and Montgomery County Animal Control, rescued 37 dogs, including 14 puppies, at a property in Conroe, Texas, near the 100 block of South Hall in Montgomery, Texas.  Some of the dogs are emaciated and have medical issues, including anemia and lameness.  The investigation was prompted after concerned citizens reported an incident of dogs attacking a puppy, and the Houston SPCA stepped in to work with local law enforcement.  All the dogs are now in the custody and care of the Houston SPCA.  

The dedicated 11-member animal cruelty investigations team at the Houston SPCA collaborates closely with law enforcement agencies in the broader Houston region, including the HPD, Harris County Precinct 1 Constable’s Office, and nine other neighboring Texas counties. Members of the public are encouraged to report any instances of animal cruelty by calling 713.869.7722 or submitting information online HERE.

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