Officers utilized self-contained breathing ….
Officers utilized self-contained breathing apparatuses because of an overwhelming smell of ammonia. Throughout the residence, officers located a total of 10 dogs who were inside of their kennels with fecal matter. In one room, three of the dogs were lying in their kennel in pools of fecal matter.
On Oct. 21, the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s office contacted the Wolf Point police chief regarding an animal control issue at a Wolf Point residence and that the dogs needed to be removed as they were in poor condition and were aggressive. Upon arrival, the police department found two German shepherds in a fenced area. The dogs didn’t have shelter. When entering the residence, there was a strong order of animal waste coming from inside the home. There were no accessible food or water dishes accessible to the dogs either inside or outside. All 10 dogs were placed with the Wolf Point City Pound.