Today I pulled 8 dogs from a shelter that just took in 50 from a hoarding situation out in a high desert community. Now that a rescue has taken them in and has started the vetting, cleaning and grooming, they will also start with baby steps on their socialization process. These guys have had very little in the way of contact with people; as of right now, these little guys are scared and stressed out with all the changes in such a short time. It will be weeks before they settle down and can begin the process of trusting someone again. This is all part of the high price that dogs pay when put in these situations they never asked for. In the meantime, rescues keep dealing with the aftermath.
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