More than 100 dogs seized from Bradford kennel
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More than 100 dogs have been seized from a Bradford kennel due to squalid living conditions, and half of those pets have been transferred to the local humane society for care and future adoption.
“We have about half of the total 105 dogs,” said Douglas Barry, president and CEO of the Humane Society for Greater Nashua.
According to the humane society and police, an animal cruelty investigation in Bradford resulted in the removal Tuesday of 52 adult dogs and 53 puppies — mostly golden retrievers and Labrador mixes.
In a statement Thursday evening, Bradford police said they opened an investigation into suspected animal cruelty and neglect after a private buyer of two dogs from the kennel called police. There are several potential charges pending, according to police.