The search is on to find new homes for 70 dogs seized last week from a farm near Riceton, about 50 kilometers south of Regina.
Kaley Pugh with Animal Protection Services of Saskatchewan says a veterinarian found deficiencies with the dogs’ food, water, shelter and general care.
She says the dogs are fairly wild and groups or individuals are being asked to help socialize the animals for adoption.
The dogs are currently with the Regina Humane Society, and the Saskatoon and Prince Albert SPCA.
Animal Protection Services of Saskatchewan says it is one of the largest dog seizures in the province’s history.