Two more German Shepherds have been brought to Nassau Humane society after an abusive animal breeding case. The dogs were among more than 150 dogs were rescued from a property in Metter, Georgia

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The Nassau Humane Society posted on Facebook saying that the dogs are largely unsocialized and may prefer to be near each other rather than people. The dogs are being housed together, not because they have bonded to each other but because they feel more comfortable in the presence of another dog.

"We’ll absolutely keep you posted on their journey," the Facebook post said. "It’s all up from here".

This brings the total to seven that were brought to Nassau Humane. Two of the original five are now in foster homes and two more are still in need of foster homes. 

Nassau Humane Society Executive Director Jacki McDonald said the ideal foster home will not have any children, cats or small dogs.

“They’re not aggressive by any means, but they’re definitely petrified," McDonald said. "They’d rather stay at the far back section of their crate or kennel, they’re not used to being on a leash, they’re very comfortable with other dogs.”

The last of the original five dogs is not ready for foster yet. 

The Nassau Human Society is asking for donations of supplies and financial support to help care for these dogs. To see their wish list click here, and to donate financially click here.  

To submit an application to foster one of the remaining dogs you can email foster@nassauhumane.org.