After a raid on Friday, authorities shut down a guard-dog-training kennel in Ohio. They rescued seven dogs at the Fairfield County facility, along with “dog remains” — teeth and bones — from other dogs, according to the Columbus Dispatch. Dogs at the kennel were living in unsanitary conditions without food or water, and some dogs were missing.
Dog trainer and kennel owner Cory W. Dewberry was charged with 55 counts of animal cruelty and 15 counts of animal abandonment. Some of the charges are related to “unidentifiable dead dogs.”