More than 50 animals were seized from a Clark County farm on one of the hottest days of the year, after deputies reported that they were without water, food, or shelter. The Clark County Humane Society was called to the farm on Saturday and were able to get a search warrant to go back on Sunday.
Investigators removed 43 dogs and 6 horses from the property, after determining that they were not being properly cared for. The Clark County Sheriff’s Department said they have had a previous problem with the property. Once all of the information is gathered, the case will be turned over to the District Attorney’s office for charges.
There are still some animals on the property that are in fair and good condition. The horses that were seized were taken to a rescue facility, and the dogs were taken to the Clark County Humane Society. It is unknown whether or not the animals will be put up for adoption.