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Experts Try to Prevent Animal Hoarders from Losing their Precious Pets

May 31, 2013

The Crossville Chronicle recently reported that a Tennessee couple had been charged with animal cruelty after more than 30 dogs were recovered from their property. Hoarding experts Address Our Mess offer advice to animal hoarders looking to protect their beloved pets.

Mount Laurel, New Jersey (PRWEB) May 31, 2013

A report published on May 27, 2013 by Michael Moser of the Crossville Chronicle explains that a Tennessee couple living in an inhabitable storage facility had endangered themselves and the lives of over thirty dogs. The couple was arrested and charged with animal cruelty. While the charges were dropped after almost a year, the defendants gave up their right to legally acquire and own any dogs in the future.

Along with eviction, arrests, fines, and being separated from their precious pets, it was discovered that two of the dogs needed immediate medical treatment, according to the report.

It can be argued that people who hoard animals are doing terrible things. However, when animal hoarders are confronted with their condition, hoarding specialists have discovered that animal hoarders love their pets unconditionally, believing they are doing their best to love, care, and provide for their pets.

Hoarding is an extremely difficult condition to understand. Until the American Psychiatric Association identified hoarding as its own mental health category with the publication of their DSM-V in May 2013, guidelines for proper treatment of hoarders continuously fell into obscurity. Millions of people have been forced to suffer from the hoarding condition alone behind mounds of unusable clutter.

For animal hoarders, the situation is far different. In typical cases, only the hoarder and their immediately family are in danger of encountering life-threatening health risks from living in deplorable conditions. On the other hand, animal hoarders are also putting their beloved pets at risk as well.

It can be difficult for those looking to help their loved ones with animal hoarding issues. Address Our Mess provides useful tools, like the Official Guide of Do´s and Don´ts for Hoarders, to assist family and friends willing to help solve extreme hoarding problems. The guide goes into great detail in helping members on each side of the issue understand the other, allowing a bond of trust to be forged in an effort to start the healing process.

Animal lovers suffering from extreme hoarding issues should follow these simple steps to help change their life and the lives of their beloved pets.

  •     Use Address Our Mess´ Official Guide of Do´s and Don´ts for Hoarders to help build a trusting relationship with someone who wants to help.
  •     Start the deep cleaning process by reviewing 3 Decluttering Tips to help make the home safer and healthier for everyone, including pets.

It is highly recommended to contact a hoarding cleaning specialist in situations like:

  •     Eviction
  •     Condemnation of property
  •     Reports to the SPCA or Human Society

Address Our Mess hoarding cleaning service employs highly skilled technicians who work closely with their clients to ensure a safe and positive restoration experience. Sincere devotion has allowed these clutter cleaning experts to develop many useful tools and guides to help create happy, healthy environments for all of their clients — and their furry friends.

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