• Police rescue 6 neglected dogs in Vt
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     | July 17,2013
     

    ST. ALBANS — Police say they have rescued six neglected and malnourished dogs, including four puppies, from an apartment in St. Albans.

    After getting complaints about a barking dog and abandoned animals, police searched the apartment Saturday and found four puppies and two adult dogs.

    Police said all six dogs were in poor health and each suffered various degrees of emaciation, ranging from mild to severe.

    Authorities said the owner of the apartment was not living there and it appeared the animals were abandoned.

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