The Atlanta Humane Society and other local animal groups were left horrified after they found over 700 dogs living "in horrific conditions" on a South Georgia property. These animals were found living in crates, covered in feces.

“These dogs have been living in crates their whole lives - one tiny crate stacked on top of another. They’re matted, covered in feces and have never been held or walked,” the Atlanta Humane Society said in a Facebook post Sunday.

Animal groups worked straight for 36 hours evacuating the dogs from the shelter. The Human Society of Valdosta took in close to 250 animals after the evacuation.

“Of the 250 dogs that we transported to the staging area, we were able to further transport ten of the 630 dogs found on the property. Many of the dogs were coated in feces, had extremely overgrown nails and damaged teeth. They have never known a quiet life of love outside of a cramped cage,” the organization said.

“They were shockingly trusting and calm as if to say ‘thank you for saving me. I know you are here to help.’ Please say a prayer for those pups as they set out to find a new life and for every person involved in this, for it was truly a team effort involving many people and many rescue organizations,” the organization added.

Releash Atlanta, an Atlanta-based non-profit organization, took in six dogs.

“These dogs were living in filthy conditions and have had zero vetting. Many have medical issues and injuries. There were 600+ dogs on this property and we did our part by taking six of them. We actually took the last ones that were in need after many other rescues came together to help,” the organization said in a Facebook post.

In this image, a pit bull (R) and a boxer mix peer from their cage at the San Bernardino City Animal Shelter in San Bernardino, California, Feb. 4, 2014. FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images

The breeder reportedly called cops to help shut down the operation, however, it was not known if the breeder was facing any charges. While Releash Atlanta managed to raise more over $3,200, the Atlanta Humane Society received over $7,682 to meet the dogs' medical expenses. The USA Rescue Team too managed to raise more than $700.

Releash Atlanta asked people to do research and check where the dogs were coming from before purchasing the animal.

“We know many of you support rescue, which is why you’re following this page, but many of you that read this today may not and you may be considering a new puppy. If you don’t take your time to make sure beyond sure, that your puppies didn’t come from parents that look like this – then YOU are responsible for this,” they said.