YORK, S.C. - Heavy snow and rain caused major damage at a local dog rescue.
Richardson Rescue is off Garvin Road in York.
The shelter houses 110 dogs.
Shelter officials said rain and snow broke a lot of piping that contains the animals, exposing them to the elements.
Channel 9 talked to the owner of the shelter, who was very emotional.
The shelter has reached out the ASPCA.
Many of the shelter's employees can’t make it out because of all the snow.
She said giving dogs to other shelters is the last resort
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