More than 100 dogs have been taken in by Nebraska animal shelters after a Seward breeding operation was shut down.
Sherdon Bick and her daughter-in-law Theresa Bick were warned March 19 that they needed to fix conditions at two houses used for Chihuahua breeding. The Bicks took 63 dogs to the Nebraska Humane Society in Omaha and 12 others to the Lincoln humane society.
Officials returned to the houses on Wednesday and found 26 dogs
still in the Bicks' care. Those animals were taken to the Omaha
shelter, where spokeswoman Pam Wiese says the dogs are
The Bicks were cited for unlicensed dogs and violating kenneling