Many of the 10 dogs transported to the Atlanta Humane Society had matted fur covered with feces when they arrived Sunday morning, Hill said. Several have dental diseases.
“They’ve received their vet checks, and now they’ve been put in cages to decompress and adjust to their new situation,” Hill said.
The shelter’s medical team is looking at the dogs to determine what kind of attention they need. After their medical plans are complete, the dogs will be put up for adoption.
"Each dog is being put on an individual medical plan ... so each of them will be up for adoption as soon as he or she is ready," Hill said.