Dead bodies and injured dogs found in a meth house!
Tyler, Texas. Several trailers have turned into the the neighborhood meth house and the property was left abandoned. The conditions are HORRIFIC! There are dead dogs bodies everywhere, over 85 dogs fending for themselves, the floors are covered in feces and these animals need out!
The local shelter was closed years ago after animal abuse charges were filed. There is no where for these dogs to go accept with the team at Dallas Dog RRR.
Posted by Dallas DogRRR - Rescue.Rehab.Reform on Saturday, April 6, 2019
There were several people who were squatting on the property and a special needs couple living in a shed. They have no electricity, no running water and no plumbing.
A Volunteer with Dallas Dog RRR literally had to break in the window of the “meth trailer” to get to the dogs trapped inside. Someone bought the property and is giving rescuers till the weekend to save the dogs before he starts shooting them. The animal control was contacted and have done absolutely nothing.
There are still more on the property, rescuers on the ground trying to rescue and trap the others. The neighbor wants them dead and continues to threaten to shoot them even though the rescuers assured them that we are getting them off the property!
They are worn and battered.... skinny, flea/tick infested, and at least 15 heartworm positive. Two dogs have crushed bones from being hit by a car. But what hurts more is that you can see their pain and hesitation in their eyes. It's absolutely heartbreaking! They tremble when they're held. Rescuers at Dallas Dog RRR needs your help!
There are two ways you can help! Dallas Dog RRR is in need of local foster in Dallas. You can apply dallasdogrrr.org. OR we have created the End The Abuse collection to help. Get a tee, hoodie, hand bag or tote bag and help rescuers save these dogs!
Dallas DogRRR is a group of dedicated, animal-loving volunteers who support the abandoned dogs of Dallas, Texas, by collecting supplies, paying vet bills, locating foster families, facilitating adoptions, and advocating for a more hopeful future. We are often seen even in the trenches of SE Dallas searching for and rescuing forgotten dogs.