Hilton Head Humane Association employee Maggie Mueller tends to one of 15 dogs removed by authorities from the home of a Burton Woman and taken to the shelter on Wednesday. None of the animals appeared to be in bad health and all should be eventually be eligible for adoption. In addition to conducting medical checks, the humane association and animal shelter are working to find foster homes for the dogs.
Hilton Head Humane Association employee Maggie Mueller tends to one of 15 dogs removed by authorities from the home of a Burton Woman and taken to the shelter on Wednesday. None of the animals appeared to be in bad health and all should be eventually be eligible for adoption. In addition to conducting medical checks, the humane association and animal shelter are working to find foster homes for the dogs. Staff photo
Hilton Head Humane Association employee Maggie Mueller tends to one of 15 dogs removed by authorities from the home of a Burton Woman and taken to the shelter on Wednesday. None of the animals appeared to be in bad health and all should be eventually be eligible for adoption. In addition to conducting medical checks, the humane association and animal shelter are working to find foster homes for the dogs. Staff photo

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