ROSE CITY, Texas — The Rose City Marshal who helped get more than 20 dogs out of a suspected puppy mill started a GoFundMe towards their recovery. 

The fundraiser has raised nearly $750 in donations over the last nine days. 

GOFUNDME | Here's the fundraiser

Volunteers with Cane Rosso Rescue, based in Carrollton, traveled their facility outside of Dallas traveled to Rose City to get four of the dogs shortly after they found in filthy conditions without access to food and water. 

Rose City Marshal Ken Bost said he expects to file charges in a few weeks in connection with the dogs found in deplorable conditions August 8. 

Arthur, one of the dogs taken to the Dallas area, will need major surgery with a veterinary orthopedist, Cane Rosso Rescue said. The other three dogs, Trixie, Houston, and Beau, needed deworming treatments and recover from the malnutrition.

The remaining dogs are in foster homes. 

Here's more about the Rose City suspected puppy mill dogs: 

Lab saved from suspected Rose City puppy mill will need major surgery

Rescue groups, foster homes save over 20 dogs from suspected puppy mill in Rose City

At least twenty dogs rescued from suspected puppy mill in Rose City

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