I drove out there with the expectation of pulling 1 dog and ended up pulling 5. I pulled Little Tike first, love the pic where he is sticking his tongue out as he was leaving the shelter. Then I pulled a basset and terrier that I didn’t get to meet because they were going to Loma Linda on Monday to be fixed and then on to Oregon with a transport. Then I pulled Victor, who they delivered to me in a bite cage. The poor guy was so frightened and scared, I lifted him up and put him in the van and he was fine till we tried to off load at the vet’s office where I had to carry him in. Then there was Wally; he was on his last day at the shelter. He is very dog aggressive and will need a lot of retraining before an adoption can take place. All in all it was a very mixed bag of different personalities; they are all safe now and beginning the long road to finding there furever home.
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