MORAINE, Ohio (WDTN) - Workers from the Humane Society, along with police officers told 2 NEWS they removed about 28 dogs from a Moraine home Wednesday.
They called it a "bad" case of animal hoarding.
They arrived just before noon at the house on Gladstone Street.
"The homeowners are cooperating with us now, but we did have to get a search warrant," Humane Society President Brian Weltge said.
The dogs were taken to the Humane Society to be examined.
At this point no charges have been filed.
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