7 Great Danes rescued from Minneapolis home

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Authorities rescued seven Great Danes living in inhumane conditions in Minneapolis Monday.
The hoarder of the dogs was compliant with Minneapolis Animal Care and Control in handing over the dogs, but could still be charged with animal cruelty according to the Star Tribune.
The Pioneer Press reported that the two puppies of the group have already been adopted.
The other five are being handed over to the Great Dane Rescue of Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The Star Tribune reported that with the dogs from Minneapolis, the rescue organization based in Siren, WIs., will have 15 dogs awaiting adoption.
Minneapolis Animal Care and Control advises that people shouldn't house more animals than they can realistically take care of, according to the Pioneer Press.

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