Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Thanks to all who made weekend transport possible

We are so thankful today that we were able to place 30 dogs and puppies through a transport with Barbara and Jodi and her friend Chuck and Dee Dee.

In addition to the 18 tiny pups that went to Tricounty Humane Society for foster care, there were 12 others. I understand that there is going to be a reporter doing a newspaper story on the puppies that arrived at Tricounty in St. Cloud. I will be giving you more details on that as I get the information.

Here is who left:

HANNIBAL going to RLRR foster home

IDGIE going to Tricounty Humane Society

MARTY, DOUG AND BIF going to RLRR Foster home

MARGO is going to Dee Dee for foster care

HARLEY is going to Pet Haven foster home

SASHA just had heartworm treatment and is going to Patti Simonette, Second Hand Dogs in Claremont

JOY, little female shep spayed goes to TLC foster. Joy is absolute doll.

ANDY goes to RLRR foster home. He is such a great guy. He loves sitting in cars!!

CASEY is off to Act V. She is a great small to medium size husky mix with one blue eye and one brown eye. She has been spayed and has received mange treatment.

Last, but not least, is TWIZZLER, a smaller breed dog who came here Thursday as a result of a dog attack. He was already neutered at our May clinic and the owner decided to surrender Twizzler so he could get vet care. He went to the vet and had a leg wound treated and got an e-collar which earned him the name of "cone-head" by Jodi and Barbara. He moved into the cat house with Andy while here--a wonderful guy who will be missed. BTW, Twizzler loves black twizzlers and that's how he got the name. He is enroute to All Dog Rescue.

We want to give a great big hug and thank you to rescues and transporters who make this all possible. We think this group of dogs was one of the BEST. We could open all the kennel doors and they would all get along!! Even with Grandpa dog.

Sincerely, Karen and RLRR


Anonymous said...

Yes, a big thank you to those involved in this transport. These little ones are off to a brighter
future thanks to you.

Jack said...

Hope those little guys find good homes. And for a reminder of the remarkable work being done by Humane Society chapters and their volunteers across the country, please take a look at this short video -- ahamoment.com/pg/moments/view/4169 -- which tells the story of one woman’s “aha moment” and how one special dog lead her to become to be a Humane Society volunteer. I think you’ll find it very inspirational.

All the best,


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