Ohio couple faces animal cruelty charges after 52 dogs removed from home 04/16/2020 9:59 am PDT Comments WJW via WJW: ASHLAND, Ohio (WJW) -- An Ashland County couple is facing several charges of animal cruelty after 52 dogs were taken from their home in February, the Fox 8 I-Team has learned. Charges were filed in Ashland Municipal Court against Thomas Morris and Kelleigh Dotson this week. The two are expected to appear in court to face the misdemeanor charges on June 12. The Humane Society of Ashland County and the Ashland County dog warden removed the dogs from the home on West Main Street two months ago. The owner voluntarily surrendered the dogs. MORE: Ashland couple faces charges after 52 dogs were removed from home - WJW #Akron #AnimalCruelty #Ohio #WJW Related Stories 71 beagles rescued from 'deplorable conditions' at Pennsylvania home Dozens of dogs removed from where woman found covered in feces Couple gets probation for hoarding over 180 Yorkies Video: Mom & daughter accused of running puppy mill get violent Animals saved from 'deplorable conditions' in hoarder's home 60+ dogs and cats removed from home Woman arrested after 96-year-old dad, pets found in rat-infested home Police find dead animals, dogs covered in feces at pet store Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.