We were asked to take 97 dogs from one house. Just one house. Can you imagine what that environment was? Can you imagine the burden that would be on our already crowded city shelter? We immediately got to work and exhausted every resource we had: foster homes, other rescue partners, etc. In doing that we took in 32 dogs and arranged placement with other rescues for the remaining 65 dogs. WE accomplished that in less than 16 hours.
To say these dogs were a mess is an understatement. They were filthy, matted, many with nails embedded in their pads. They had skin infections and intestinal parasites. They needed dental work, and grooming, spayed and vetted.
That was then, this is now! These girls are ready for adoption. They have all been spayed, vaccinated, and groomed. Due to their background they will need some work with socialization and potty training. We are recommending a quieter home where they can relax while learning how to live in a home! If you are interested in adopting one of these girls, come to the shelter and fill out an application!!