TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — 340 dogs are now in the custody of Hillsborough County, seized from a Tampa breeding facility following a court order. Hillsborough County Pet Resources says it will likely take days to inspect, treat, and remove all the dogs from Trish’s All Breed Grooming, also known as Toyland Pet Resort, at 2501 East Diana Street. The court order effectively shuts the facility down and the county began removing dogs Monday. Pet resources staff described the dogs, all small breeds, as living in overcrowded and deplorable conditions. There was also not enough staff to care for the large number of dogs. “I’ve seen dental disease, skin issues, eye infections,” according to the county’s chief veterinarian, Dr. Mallory Offner. “You might see as many as 20-30 dogs in a cage that should probably only have one or two,” added Pet Resources director, Scott Trebatoski. The court order comes after the county says it received several complaints about the breeding facility from potential dog buyers. It also bans the business owner, Robert Royers, from owning pets in Hillsborough County. 8 On Your Side found this is not the first time this facility has been in the dog house for running...