by Timothy Rutt
Approximately 130 dogs that were rescued from a hoarder several weeks ago are now looking for rescue again.
The dogs were seized by San Bernardino Animal Control officials on June 18 from Rainbow's End Animal Sanctuary. According to news reports, the dogs have been living for years in one large pack without human interaction or proper food and medical care.
Animal lovers pitched in to have the dogs all adopted by the Devore Animal Shelter, which needs to disperse them quickly. Because of the extensive behavior work and medical care they need, they are only being released to authorized rescue groups, which may only be able to take one or two of them. Rescue groups must also take care of transporting the animals.
Schumaker, whose organization On Wings of Care is an authorized rescue group, had put out a call to any other rescue organization that is willing to take in and rehab any dogs.