NOCATEE — More than 50 dogs, including two mothers with puppies, were confiscated from a suspected puppy mill in rural Nocatee Thursday by DeSoto County authorities.
The dogs were being kept in shocking conditions, according to Debbie Merkin, DeSoto County Animal Control supervisor. Most of the kennels had no food or water, or only dirty black water. Feces was piled up inches deep, and some of the dogs were being kept in kennels no larger than a pet carrier.
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