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90 puppies found neglected in Florida home

West Florida TV, via CNN, has reported that 90 puppies were found neglected in a Florida home.

The home was in "unacceptable living conditions". Carolyn Bragg, the homeowner, was allegedly selling the puppies from her home. The puppies were discovered Saturday during part of an investigation into puppy mills.

The puppies were Pomeranian, Yorkshire Terrier and Pug breeds. Bragg will have 90 counts of animal neglect. The Ledger reported that the woman has been a dog owner and breeder for more than 25 years.

Bragg's house allegedly had a roach infestation and rats. Despite claims from the potential buyer that turned her in, Bragg states that all of the dogs have health certificates.