The owner of 40 animals said to be living in "deplorable" conditions was arrested on cruelty charges Friday. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says more charges are possible.
The horses and wolf-dog hybrids were taken into protective custody from a property in Crandon.
Nearby residents had filed complaints against the woman whose name wasn't released.
The A-S-P-C-A says dead animals were found on the property.
The ASPCA website says they were asked to assist the Forest County Sheriff's Department.
Criminal charges are pending. The name and location of the property was not released.