In a shocking turn of events, more than a hundred dogs were found dead in Portage County, Ohio. Shockingly, the number of dogs who were found dead in Portage County OH is 146. Since Portage County officials have confirmed the death of 146 dogs, people have been left shocked and curious to know how 146 dogs died or what could be the reason for the mass deaths of dogs in Portage County. Certainly, myriad questions have been swiveling among people’s minds after hearing this story. We reached out to Portage County officials to get information what were the circumstances surrounding the death of dogs and what is the possible cause of death of the dogs. However, an investigation must have started in this case. Let’s unfold the details shared by the officials.
Portage County Dead Dogs Found
According to Portage County Officials, agents found a total of 146 dogs dead inside a home located near Akron. The owner of the house is said to be the co-founder of an animal rescue organization. Immediately, law enforcement started a search warrant at the property Friday. After coming to know that 146 dogs were discovered dead, the Portage Animal Protective League said a humane agent found 146 dogs dead in various stages of decay. No animal could have been saved, all were dead. Continue reading this article and learn more details.
The owner of the house where 146 dogs were found dead, is the co-founding operator of Canine Lifeline, an animal rescue organization. A person who adopted a dog from Canine Lifeline Inc., named Mary Ellen from Mantua, who is also the neighbor of the homeowner said that she would like the border collie after all. “And she was like, ‘Ok, come on out to Macedonia.’ And my friend said, ‘Why do we have to go to Macedonia? She’s just across the street.’” Take a look below and read more details.
The organization shared a statement that the co-founder is also the subject of an animal neglect investigation in Parma. In Portage County, the investigators found several dead and neglected dogs inside the home. Janice Robinson said she was at her Parma house when her neighbor was taken away by ambulance. Reportedly, police and animal control officers were at the property for more than 6 hours. She said, “Then you see them bringing out all these cages with dogs in them and then bringing out all the animals that didn’t make it. It was sad,”