DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - 2 NEWS has learned that Animal Resource officers removed several animals from a home on Sandhurst Drive off of North Main Street in Dayton late Monday afternoon.
They took four dogs, two cats and a ferret from the home only months after the homeowner was ordered not to house any pets for five years.
Resource officers found 25 animals living there back in June. They said the home was in deplorable conditions.
They say it took only three weeks before the homeowner started collecting animals again. Officers received an anonymous tip that the house was filthy and more animals were there.
A officer made a welfare check at the home Sunday and said it was obvious that more animals were at the home.
They served a search warrant Monday. No one was home, but the homeowner could face felony charges if prosecuted.
Stay with 2 NEWS as the story continues to unfold.
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