Court hearing for Alpha Tex dogs pushed back - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Court hearing for Alpha Tex dogs pushed back

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

It's been almost a week since the Humane Society of West Texas helped the Floyd County Sheriff's Office seize hundreds of dogs from the Alpha Tex Kennels outside of Lockney.

The trial hearing date to determine the future of the over 200 dogs seized was scheduled for Monday but has been pushed back to Oct. 13.

Our cameras captured kennels covered in feces, food covered with flies, and puppies who appeared to be sick. The owners of the facility say they have done nothing wrong and want the dogs back.

The humane society has taken on the task of fostering these dogs out to temporary homes but they still need help.

 If you would like to help, here is a list of items the humane society needs:

Paper Towels

Hewlett Packard Cartridges

Hand Wipes

Hand Sanitizer

Toilet Paper

Laundry Soap

Front Line Spray

Spray Cleaner with bleach

Canned Drinks and snacks (For Volunteers)

Fly Strips

Kiddie Pools

Dog Food - dry

Puppy Food - dry

Canned Puppy Food

All Donations can be delivered to 5106 Ave T.

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