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Groomer Faces Up to 36 Hours Grooming 12 Rescued Samoyeds

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  • Groomer Faces Up to 36 Hours Grooming 12 Rescued Samoyeds

    (seems to imply she will groom them all)

    MILWAUKEE -- Officials with the Wisconsin Humane Society have provided an update on 12 "Samoyed" dogs rescued from a home in Burnett County.

    The dogs were rescued Wednesday, May 4th at the request of the Burnett County Health & Human Services and Sheriff's Departments.


    Overwhelmed by trying to care for too many dogs, the owner surrendered 12 of the dogs to WHS -- and they were then en route to Milwaukee -- to be cared for at the Wisconsin Humane Society.

    The dogs arrived at the Wisconsin Humane Society Milwaukee Campus on Wednesday evening and were given clean, warm beds to unwind in after a long day of travel.

    In the coming days, they'll receive thorough medical exams, behavior assessments, spay/neuter surgeries, much needed bathing, grooming, microchips and vaccinations.

    WHS officials said the dogs were assessed on Thursday morning, and WHS officials have decided to keep the dogs at the shelter at least through the weekend, so that they can have time to adjust and settle in.

    "This dirt and urine is just saturated into their coats from likely living in crates for such a long time," said Angela Speed with WHS.

    "I was beginning to wonder whether I'd be able to get them white again," said Christine Taticek, dog groomer............
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