JOHNSTON COUNTY, Okla. (KTEN) — The Johnston County Sheriff's Office raided two homes on Monday — one on Main Street in Milburn and the other northeast of the town on Callen Road — to investigate animal cruelty complaints. 

Sheriff Gary Dodd said reports about one of the two homes date back at least two years.

"Our office has received several complaints about the two locations that we hit today," said Undersheriff Christian Smith. "Calling the Humane Society, we've explained to them what the conditions were and what we expected to find... which we did."

More than 150 animals — some cats, but mostly dogs — were rescued from the two locations.

"They are overlooking adequate care for the dogs," said Cynthia Armstrong, state director for the Humane Society. "We have found quite a few puppies with respiratory issues, nasal and ocular discharge, some skin issues."

Armstrong said one of the breeders listed puppies for sale on the American Kennel Club's website, while both locations advertised dogs for sale at the Dog Alley Flea Market in Canton, Texas, a business that's been the subject of animal welfare investigations in the past.

"They'll all be taken to an emergency shelter and receive extensive veterinary examinations," Armstrong said. "Then they will be processed with local shelters and our shelter partners, and then they will be offered for adoption."

There's been one arrest so far, for a felon in possession of a firearm.

Animal cruelty-related charges could be filed, and arrests could be made pending the sheriff's office investigation.