MEDIA, Pa. (CBS) – The Delaware County SPCA says it has rescued 10 dogs from “desperate” conditions at a Delaware shelter, and they’re asking for the public’s help with their immediate care.

The SPCA says the dogs were taken from a private shelter in Georgetown, Del. that was facing bankruptcy. They include beagles, a Maltese, a Staffordshire terrier, pit bull terrier, lab, boxer and American bulldog blends. They are all “sociable” but need immediate medical treatment for things like skin conditions, ear infections and heartworm.

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In order to rescue more animals from the 130-dog facility in Delaware, the Delaware County SPCA needs to find adoptive families for the pups already in the shelter. They are also asking for donations.

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On Friday, at 12:30, a local pastor will be providing a blessing of the animals at the Delco SPCA in honor of St. Francis of Assisi.

For more information or to donate to the Delco SPCA, visit:

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