Clay County Animal Shelter hopes to find forever homes for puppies

The shelter received 11 dogs after Clay Co. Constable seize animals from unfit home

Clay County Animal Shelter hopes to find forever homes for puppies

WICHITA FALLS, Texas (TNN) - At least 60 dogs and puppies were seized from a home after the Clay County Constable deemed the living conditions of a home in Byers, Texas unfit and unsanitary for the animals.

Since there was so many of them, most of the dogs were divided between Clay Co. Shelters and others throughout the area.

However, the shelter has been struggling with providing extra food and paying for veterinary bills for all the the new animals and the ones they already had at the shelter.

Bonnie Stone, who manages the shelter, hopes to get a sponsor for each dog so they can be completely vetted by the time they get adopted.

“It’s not cheap to do spaying and neutering. We do have two females and plus their shots and getting them heart worm test and if they have them getting it treated. All these procedures can cost anywhere from three to five hundred dollars.” said Bonnie Stone manager of Clay County Shelter.

The shelter has already started to receive donations from the community through food and $150 to be put towards the dog’s medical expenses.

If you want to donate you can either send money or drop off donations directly to the shelter.

If you are interested in adoption, you can also visit their Facebook page.

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