The survival story of an Iowa dog

WELL. NO DELAYS. AL: YX DOZENS OF NEGLECTEDOG D SAVES FIVE A – FROM SOUTHERN IOWA BREEDER. WAYSIDE WAIFS IS ONE OF THE NOW TINAKG DOG SHELTERS FROM THE FACILITIES OWNED BY DANIEL GINGERICH. AS REPORTED IN A SPECIAL KCCI 8 NEWS INVESTIGATION, GINGERICH AGREED TO DELIVER MORE THAN 500 AER DOGSFT HE HAS BEEN CITED FOR BREACH OF FEDERAL ANIMAL WELFARE ACT MORE THAN 100 TIMES. SO FAR, THE KC REFUGE HAS ACCEPTED APPROXIMATELY 80 DOGS AND IS WAITING FOR A DOZE MNSE. WHERE WAYNE SHERIFFAYS S GINGERICH COUNTY WILL CRIMINALLY CHARD.GE TISIA: LATER THIS MORNING WE WAIT FOR AN UPDATE ON THIS SPECIAL KCCI INQUIRY. ANIMAL RESCUE LEAGUE AND ASPCA WILL GIVE ANPD UATE ON MASSIVE DOG RESCUE IN SOUTHERN IOWA. THE GROUPS WORKED ALL WEEK TO SAVE THESE HUNDREDS OF ANIMALS FOUND LIVE IN HORRID CONDITIONS. JAMES STRATTON, KCCI CHIEF INVESTIGATION JOURNALIST, FOLLOWED THIS STORY. THIS EVENING, IN A TWO-PART SERIES, MEET ONE OF THE DOGS WHO WAS SAVED JUST IN TIME. YOU CA

Dozens of neglected dogs rescued from a disgraced southern Iowa breeder are starting new life in Kansas City. Wayside Waifs is one of nine dog-friendly shelters at facilities owned by Daniel Gingerich. reported in a special KCCI 8 News investigation, Gingerich has agreed to relinquish more than 500 dogs. He has been cited for violating federal animal welfare law more than 100 times. The Wayne County Sheriff said Gingerich would face criminal charges. So far, the Kansas City shelter has accepted around 80 dogs and is expecting dozens more. We hope to receive an update on this special investigation from the KCCI on Thursday. an update on the massive dog rescue in southern Iowa. The groups worked all week to save the hundreds of animals found living in horrific conditions. KCCI chief investigative reporter James Stratton followed the story. Tonight, in a two-part series, meet one of the dogs who was rescued just in time. You can see the update tonight on KCCI 8 News at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Dozens of neglected dogs rescued from a disgraced Southern Iowa breeder are starting new lives in Kansas City.

Wayside Waifs is one of nine shelters that welcome dogs at facilities owned by Daniel Gingerich.

As we reported in a special KCCI 8 News investigation, Gingerich has agreed to hand over more than 500 dogs.

He has been cited for violating federal animal welfare law more than 100 times. Wayne County Sheriff says Gingerich will face criminal charges.

So far, the Kansas City shelter has accepted around 80 dogs and is expecting dozens more.

We hope to have an update on this special investigation from KCCI on Thursday.

The Animal Rescue League and ASPCA will provide an update on the massive dog rescue in southern Iowa. The groups worked all week to save the hundreds of animals found living in horrific conditions.

KCCI chief investigative reporter James Stratton followed the story.

Tonight, in a two-part series, meet one of the dogs who was rescued just in time. You can see the update tonight on KCCI 8 News at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.

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