The ISPCA is appealing for homes for 28 Jack Russell Terrier dogs and puppies being cared for in their Longford headquarters .
The dogs were found after the charity responded to a call from someone who were concerned for their welfare.
The majority of dogs are eighteen months or younger – 17 are puppies – and had been allowed to breed unchecked.
They’re currently being cared for in the ISPCA’s National Animal Centre in Kenagh and are said to be in good health.
ISPCA public relations manager Carmel Murray says they are now looking for homes for the dogs some of whom she describes as gorgeous: