A local group has rescued over 20 dogs from a hoarding situation.
Texas Panhandle Pet Savers took in 22 dogs that were removed from a home under what is being described as bad conditions.
Workers who have volunteered with the organization for years state that this case is one of the worst they have seen.
The dogs are mixtures of chihuahuas and terriers and vary in age ranging from six weeks to six years.
The woman who had all of the dogs still has 10 in her home and received over 20 citations for having animals at large, no rabies vaccinations, and for the conditions of the dogs.
Texas Panhandle Pet Savers says the dogs will require veterinary assistance, which will cost from $150 to $200 each
They are also in need of fosters who can take some of the dogs and they plan to have some of these dogs ready for people to adopt next Saturday.
If you would like to donate, foster, or adopt you can contact Texas Panhandle Pet Savers.