Our Walton family and a couple cousins were rescued from Effingham County Animal Control. Their owner had fallen seriously ill and could no longer take care of them. With no family members wanting them, the dogs were turned over to AC. CPR committed to taking all 11 so there was no dog left behind. With no history on the dogs, the ages are being determined by teeth as best as possible, however, it is evident that they haven't seen vets and need good grooms.
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