Tulsa County Sheriff's deputies served a search warrant on a Skiatook home that was reportedly packed with more than 100 dogs and other animals.
According to officials, they've been watching the home for over a year now.
They received complaints that there were a lot of animals living in the house, but they say the owners refused to let deputies come inside.
The owner claimed to have an animal training and kennel business; however, she had no license to do so, officials say.
Deputies, along with the Humane Society of Tulsa, were out there for several hours taking these animals from the home.
"Every surface of the home is covered in kennels, and the dogs are just stacked on top of each other. The kennels are in deplorable condition, the house is very dirty and there's a very strong odor of feces and urine," Channel 8's David Norris said.
TCSO and the HST confiscated 106 dogs, seven cats, four chickens and six birds from the home.
The animals will be taken to a safe place where they will get some medical attention.
Many of the animals rescued belong to her clients. TCSO says those animals are in the care of the HST. Pet owners can send their information to HST via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deputies arrested Marjorie Satterfield Thursday evening. She is being booked into the Tulsa County Jail on multiple counts of animal cruelty, one count for each animal that was found inside the home.