The Ontario County Humane Society says two small dogs were found inside a village home without food or water while their owner was in jail. 48-year-old Amy Tunison is being charged with failure to provide food/water to an impounded animal.

Two dogs found inside a Manchester home did not have food or water for several days, according to the Ontario County Humane Society.

Amy Tunison, 48, has been arrested and charged with failure to provide food/water to an impounded animal, a misdemeanor.

On Feb. 16, sheriff deputies and the Ontario County Humane Society went to a home on State Street in the Village of Manchester for a report of two small dogs not being cared for because their owner was currently incarcerated.

"At this time evidence showed that neither dog, a male Pomeranian and a female miniature poodle has not been fed or cared for several days," officials with the Humane Society said.

Tunison will appear in Manchester Town Court at a later date.

It appears in the photo that one of the dogs has been dyed purple. Messenger Post Media is working to find out if this is accurate.

The two dogs are now being cared for by the Ontario County Humane Society.