Los Angeles Animal Care and Control officers were checking out 32 Chihuahuas taken from a La Puente home today and expected to put up for adoption as early as Friday at the
Sheriff's deputies sent to a home in the 1100 block of Sandia Avenue on an unrelated matter notified animal control officers about the situation.
"There were too many of them'' said Aaron Reyes of Animal Care and Control. ``Most appeared to be in pretty good shape.''
Officials said the dogs appeared to be between 7 weeks old to 8 years old.
The owner, a woman who told animal control officers she took in some of the dogs as strays, agreed to let animal control officers take the dogs, seven of which were puppies.
The dogs may ready for adoption as soon as noon Friday. Adoption fees, including spay/neutering, vaccinations and microchip implantation, total about $100.
The animals are at the Baldwin Park Animal Care Center at 4275 N. Elton St. The phone is (626) 962-3577.
- City News Service