The operator of a dog rescue in Mission, B.C., has lost her bid to have 63 dogs returned to her care after they were seized by the B.C. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).
SPCA staff seized the dogs from Dogway Dog Rescue on Jan. 4 after they deemed the animals were facing a range of medical and behavioural problems.
It said the animals were also being kept in substandard conditions in a garage and various rooms inside the home. Welfare officers said the animals were subject to unsanitary conditions, overcrowding and high ammonia levels caused by urine.
At the time of the seizure, 20 dogs still remained at the rescue.
According to the British
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