LOMIRA (WKOW) -- The Dodge County Humane Society rescued 22 dogs from a home in the Village of Lomira on Friday.
According to a post on the humane society's Facebook page, a village board member called and told staff there were an unknown number of dogs that needed to be taken from a home.
Within an hour, the humane society had supplies ready and was headed out to the house.
The staff found 22 small dogs at the house. All were "desperately in need of a bath and some TLC", according to the post.
The humane society said the home has been on their radar for a while after they started receiving calls and messages about dogs living in poor conditions at the home.
According to the humane society, people also called Lomira police with their concerns, which resulted in the resident getting ticketed. Those tickets led the resident to surrender the 22 dogs to the humane society.
The Dodge County Humane Society thanked the village for "speaking up for those that have no voice."
The dogs were examined at the Marshview Vet Clinic on Saturday morning.
The humane society is asking people to donate for the care for all the dogs. They also need small-breed dog food.