“We will not [fully] know their conditions until they are thoroughly vetted,” Kim said. “Some have leg problems since they were kept in cramped cages. We do not know if they have parvo, heartworms or distemper ... none of the dogs were vaccinated obviously.”
Kim estimates that it will cost $250 to get each dog basic medical care, including vaccinations and spaying and neutering. Testing for parvovirus, distemper, heartworm disease and other issues will cost more.