STALLION SPRINGS - Animal services rescued seven dogs from a Stallion Springs property Thursday.
Animal Control officers had received an earlier complaint from an officer with the Stallion Springs Police Department regarding the mistreatment of animals on the property. When the animal control officers arrived, they noticed the home appeared to be abandoned and found the animals to be living in inhumane conditions. Animal Control officers removed 7 dogs from the property, according to Maggie Kalar with the KCAS.
Animal Control officers are continuing the investigation and charges may be filed with the Kern County District Attorney’s Office pending the outcome of the investigation.
All animals from the property are being medically evaluated by the Kern County Animal Services medical team.
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