Six neglected dogs arrive in KC area from Branson, ready to heal

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There are two adults about two years old and four five month old puppies

MERRIAM, Kan. — Great Plains SPCA received six dogs named the “Branson Six” from a hoarding situation Thursday at 1:00 p.m. at their Merriam Campus. The six Labrador/Pyrenees Mixes were neglected by their owner, living outside on chains without daily access to food and water, near the Branson, MO area.

A small rescue group found the dogs and transported them to Great Plains SPCA where they will have immediate medical attention and we can assess their conditions. There are two adults about two years old and four five month old puppies.

Currently none of the dogs is altered although all will be spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped with Great Plains SPCA.

Great Plains SPCA, a local No Kill shelter, is asking the community for support with covering the costs of their care. Donations can be made athttp://bit.ly/BransonSix. Every donation will be doubled now through December 31st thanks to a local donor family.

Their story updates, photos and videos will be on Facebook.com/GreatPlainsSPCA.org.

-News release-

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