After the terrier episode, I continued on and pulled the other eight dogs and off we went to a boarding facility. As they were pretty full, I had to do a swap. Drop 8 off and pick up 7 more that were going to the vet’s to be fixed and readied for transport up north. So we unloaded and reloaded as one went out, one was reloaded. When all this was done, it was off to the vet office we went. One dog did have kennel cough and when I walked in, they said they don’t take dogs that are sick. For a moment I thought I walked into a bakery. It’s a vet office, and you don’t take sick dogs. I was floored. I kept my cool while they discussed it and they decided that maybe they did. I off-loaded and departed, not too happy. I would prefer not to go back there again. I also think they need to find another line of work.
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