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Skeletal Great Danes left to die because the breeder couldn’t afford to feed them 

Harrowing images from inside a Thai puppy farm show skeletal Great Danes after they were locked in cages and left to die because the breeder couldn’t afford to feed them

  • A pack of starving Great Danes were rescued from a Thai puppy farm this week
  • Horrific images show the the animals bones could be seen through their fur
  • Thailand’s King has agreed to adopt the animals after seeing the images 

Horrific images have emerged of skeletal Great Danes that were found locked in cages and left to starve to death at a Thai puppy farm.

Volunteer veterinarians from Watchdog Thailand and the Pathum Thani Livestock Development Office’s Animal Welfare Division rescued the 13 dogs on Monday.

A relative of the homeowner alerted authorities after a dog and her two puppies died, The Nation Thailand reported.

Horrific images have emerged of skeletal Great Danes that were found locked in cages at a Thai puppy farm and left to starve to death

Volunteer veterinarians from Watchdog Thailand and the Pathum Thani Livestock Development Office's Animal Welfare Division rescued the 13 dogs on Monday

Volunteer veterinarians from Watchdog Thailand and the Pathum Thani Livestock Development Office’s Animal Welfare Division rescued the 13 dogs on Monday

The owner, a middle-aged woman, hoped to breed the dogs but she was forced to shut the operation down when she ran out of money.

When the large dogs were rescued they were suffering from severe malnutrition and living in grim conditions.

The dogs were covered in dirt and their bones could be seen through their fur. 

The dogs were covered in dirt and their bones could be seen through their fur

The dogs were covered in dirt and their bones could be seen through their fur

King Rama X has agreed to adopt the animals after seeing the images and will cover the cost of their care and treatment

King Rama X has agreed to adopt the animals after seeing the images and will cover the cost of their care and treatment 

King Rama X has agreed to adopt the animals after seeing the images and will cover the cost of their care and treatment.

‘His Majesty has kindly adopted these dogs and they will be taken care of at the bureau’s dog care center after they recover their health,’ Department of Livestock Development Deputy Director General Somchuan Rattanamangkhalanon said. 

The dog breeder will face animal cruelty charges.

The dog breeder will face animal cruelty charges after 13 dogs were locked in cages and left to die

The dog breeder will face animal cruelty charges after 13 dogs were locked in cages and left to die 



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