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Help needed to provide care for over 80 dogs rescued in Sequoyah County

Tuesday, May 30, 2023 - The Oklahoma Alliance for Animals is asking for your help after receiving a mass influx of animals over the last few weeks. Over 80 dogs were recently discovered at the home of an elderly Sequoyah County couple who reportedly suffer from dementia and were not able to take care of the animals on their own. The dogs have been relocated to rescue partner shelters in and out of state.

The dogs will be available for adoption, hopefully, within the next four weeks. Because the animals did not receive veterinarian care at their prior home, the dogs will be going through treatment, shots and recovery before being listed as available for adoption.

While you wait to adopt your new best friend, there are some things you can do to help the OAA beforehand. Here are some of the items they are in need of currently: disinfectant wipes, cleaning supplies, dog food, treats, paper bowls, towels, blankets, trash bags and so much more. Anything you are able to give helps so much!

For more information on how to donate or how to adopt, please visit the OAA website at or give them a call at (918)742-3700.

Kenneth Holzhammer, Staff Writer

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