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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-birmingham-44601059

Eighty-two chihuahuas were discovered at a house "which looked like an earthquake had hit" after police were called to investigate a death.

The RSPCA were called to the property in Birmingham after police raised concerns about conditions.

Some had matted coats and fleas, others had burns, an RSPCA inspector said.

The dogs were found in April 2017 but the discovery is to be shown in an episode of Channel 5's The Dog Rescuers.

The couple who lived at the house had started out with two pets but did not get the dogs neutered and, after four years, they had 82 dogs, the RSPCA said. They said it was a classic case of hoarding, but the dogs had been loved.

The dogs were taken to the charity's Newbrook Farm Hospital.

"They [the dogs] literally started appearing from everywhere," Insp Herchy Boal said.

"We would move the washing machine and suddenly there'd be six faces looking at you. It was incredible where they were able to hide.

"The house looked like an earthquake had hit it, everything was higgledy piggledy, it was really chaotic and dirty."

"We called out a vet who said the house was too hazardous and the dogs couldn't stay there, it was filthy and cramped. They were all hiding; barking and snapping at us."

 

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'Eighty-two chihuahuas were discovered at a house "which looked like an earthquake had hit" after police were called to investigate a death.

The RSPCA were called to the property in Birmingham after police raised concerns about conditions.

Some had matted coats and fleas, others had burns, an RSPCA inspector said.

The dogs were found in April 2017 but the discovery is to be shown in an episode of Channel 5's The Dog Rescuers.

The couple who lived at the house had started out with two pets but did not get the dogs neutered and, after four years, they had 82 dogs, the RSPCA said. They said it was a classic case of hoarding, but the dogs had been loved.'

Hmm, house full to the brim, massive inbreeding, Birmingham, police involved now ...... Am I suffering from a dose of deja vu?

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1 minute ago, swiss_democracy_for_all said:

Pikey puppy farm?

I was having a discussion about this earlier. Dog breeds go in and out of fashion. Currently, its pugs. How is the supply of fashionable breeds ramped up so quickly?

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7 minutes ago, eight said:

I was having a discussion about this earlier. Dog breeds go in and out of fashion. Currently, its pugs. How is the supply of fashionable breeds ramped up so quickly?

Im not joking - and XYY will have a pop - but this is tax credits too.

https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=4131945

Lot of people. Looking for tax free cash for doing v little.

 

 

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Pugs are going out of fashion now, the big breeds with pikeys you can easily spot just by what is being nicked. French bulldogs, chihuahuas and Cockapoos mainly.

 

Or just look to see what they're cross-breeding their resident Jack Russels with, when driving past a pikey site as there will be a sign outside with appalling spelling that would make spygirl jealous.

" JAK RUSSILL PUG CROSS "

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