More than 30 dogs were seized from a College Station pet store as part of an on-going investigation.
College Station police officers and animal control officers took the puppies from the Puppy Store at Post Oak Mall Saturday morning.
They also took business records, contracts and invoices dating back to October 2005.
The animals were taken to the Brazos Animal Shelter, where they are being cared for.
Police said they made the seizure after receiving complaints from citizens regarding the condition of the dogs.
No arrests were made, but police say the store owners could face animal cruelty charges.
A custody hearing will be held on Wednesday.
The owner of the Puppy Store refused to comment on the seizure.
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