United donates dog food for dogs impacted in recent hoarding sit - FOX34 Lubbock

United donates dog food for dogs impacted in recent hoarding situation

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

A hundred bags of dog food and 120 bags of treats were donated to Lubbock Animal Services after dozens of dogs were removed from a home in Southeast Lubbock. 

Police were called to the home Tuesday in response to a hoarding situation with more than 20 dogs on the property. The shelter is looking for fosters or rescue groups to take the survivors in. 

United Supermarkets stepped in to ensure these dogs will have food for when they're fostered or adopted. 

"In this particular situation when animals were involved -- you know animals, they don't have a true voice. And so we felt, you know, even a heavier heart to do what we could to help out the situation," Kelly Haynes, Director of Open Nature Brands, said. 

Out of hand breeding is presumed to be the cause of the hoarding situation. Haynes challenges others to answer the call to assist the shelter in other ways. 


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