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17 Shih Tzu Puppies Were Found Abandoned In Large Chicken Coop

Jim Wells authorities rescued 17 Shih Tzu puppies from precarious situations in South Texas on Friday.

The Shih Tzu was kept in a cage similar to a chicken coop – double-stacked cages wrapped around them looked like a chicken farm with aluminum floors and roofs.

The sheriff’s department said the Shih Tzu was in a very neglected situation with their nails totally long and their fur all matted and totally dirty.

According to a Facebook post from the Sheriff’s Department, authorities have issued an arrest warrant for Claudio Domingo Barrera, the alleged perpetrator of the dogs for animal cruelty, after researchers alerted police to the inhumane conditions of the Shih Tzu were. being kept.

Photos show water and food containers were tied to the corners of the dogs’ cages waiting for food and water, but when the sheriff’s office and Jim Wells County Pets Alive rescued the animals on Friday, there was little food and water for the dogs. Shih Tzu.

In addition, the dogs were confined to the same space as their feces and urine, there was a lot of dirt in the place.

Many expressed interest in adopting the Shih Tzu puppies, however, the sheriff’s office did not say when or if the dogs would go up for adoption.

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