Dozens of dogs seized from alleged puppy farm near Goondiwindi in southern Queensland.

Malnourished and injured dogs have been seized from an alleged puppy farm near Goondiwindi, with police and the RSPCA finding more than 100 animals at the Glenarbon property.

Police said two dogs required emergency treatment at the property on Bosjnack Road.

The other animals were seized and have been moved to the RSPCA’s Animal Welfare Campus in Wacol for treatment and care.

A number of cats were also found at the property.

Police said many of the animals did not appear to have adequate shelter or water.

A 40-year-old man is assisting police and the RSPCA with their inquiries.

The man is to appear in Goondiwindi Magistrates Court in relation to other matters.

Investigations are continuing and police would like to speak to anyone who may have purchased an animal from the property in the past.

This post originally appeared on ABC News.

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