22 horses, 8 dogs rescued at vacant Oklahoma home

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WAGONER, Okla. – Officials say 30 animals were rescued after they were found at a vacant home.

The Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office told KJRH that 22 horses and eight dogs were found on the property.

All of the animals are being checked out by a veterinarian, but some appear in worse shape than others.

Right now, their conditions are not being released, but we do know the dogs are being cared for in the Tulsa area.

The name of a possible suspect has not been released.

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