SANTA FE (KRQE) - Eight of the dogs allegedly hoarded by a former veterinarian will be available for homes soon.
Debra Clopton faces 48 counts of animal cruelty after dozens of dogs were found in her Edgewood home.
Clopton was given 10 of the dogs to keep as long as she paid for their care at the Santa Fe animal shelter. She failed to make the latest payment so the shelter was given custody.
The shelter says two of the dogs have been put down because of medical issues.
Shelter staff says they are looking for hospice care for two others and the six remaining will be put up for adoption after they are trained.
Shelter staff says they're shy and fearful and need to warm up to people.
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