The Pulaski County Humane Society says they went out to document the scene but found it to be worse than they expected. The Humane Society is reporting there are 135 animals involved.
Record setting heat for june and little to no water for more than 100 dogs rescued from a Lonoke County farm on Thursday.
"They're hot," said Sgt. Dennis Sanderson with the Lonoke County Sheriff's Department. "Right now they're hot and they want water."
"In 20 years every time I say it couldn't get any worse or I haven't seen anything this bad I see one as bad," said Humane Society of Pulaski County Director Kay Simpson.
Simpson says she initially visited the farm just to check the conditions but when she arrived she found feces, hot drinking water and zero shade for the 30 pregnant mothers and more than 100 other puppies just trying to survive.
"There's quite a few of them here that are in really life threatening condition," she said.
No conditions for anyone, human or animal, to be exposed to in 106 degree temperatures.
"Your dogs with long thick hair coats, your dogs with smushed faces, they cannot take this temperature," said Simpson. "They will die."
Now, the animals have a new temporary home while workers and volunteers monitor their behavior hoping to soon find permanent, safe, happy and healthy homes for all 100+ animals.
No charges have been filed yet and it's still unknown if and when the animals will go up for adoption.