Fifty-one small dogs, including three that are pregnant, were taken from a Maryland home on Monday after Anne Arundel County officials received a tip about possible animal hoarding, The Baltimore Sun reports.

The dogs, removed from a home in Pasadena did not appear to be distressed and no dead dogs were found, according to Anne Arundel County spokesman Dave Abrams. The dogs were being evaluated and vaccinated by animal control staff and may be put up for adoption as early as Tuesday. The residence had been the previous target of complaints in 2006. Residents of the home could not be reached by telephone Monday afternoon but the home had previously been .

Read more about the dogs that were taken from a Maryland home in The Baltimore Sun.