Search on for the right person to adopt dogs seized in Fairfield raid

Fairfield Animal Control is searching for the right person to adopt dogs that were seized in a raid last summer.

Back in July, Fairfield Animal Control raided a home on Eastfield Drive. Officials say they found more than 100 dogs and cats living in cramped and filthy conditions. Animal control officers say most were adopted, but there are still about 20 dogs in need of finding a home.

Animal control officials are looking for a person with a lot of patience, with a lot of knowledge about dogs. Officials say none of the dogs are aggressive, however, they do need a lot of attention.Related InformationFairfield Animal Control - 203-254-4857

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