Wisconsin Humane Society Starts Grooming the 30 Dogs Taken from Hoarding Situation

The Wisconsin Humane Society bathed 30 of 74 dogs that were seized from a hoarding situation for the first time in a long time.

CBS 58 has learned some have never even been petted.

Wisconsin Humane Society in Milwaukee has 30 of the 74 dogs seized near Wisconsin Rapids.

They are Australian Shepherds, poodles, and Aussie doodles ranging from 6 to 12 years old.

They appear to be in good condition despite major skin conditions and a real problem relating to social interaction.

“Their behavior is like that of puppy mill dogs. And so they are definitely going to need extensive care and foster care before being available for adoption,” said Angela Speed, Humane Society.

There are a handful of dogs who are already responding well and could be up for adoption tomorrow and Saturday.

A group of dogs also went to the Elmbrook Humane Society.

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