Today I pulled Roy from a high kill shelter, where we waited 2 hours for the vet staff to say, yep medical waiver, so we won’t fix him. Of course its 95 degrees out, no shade, so we just waited. That’s the problem with most shelters, they are not user friendly to either the public or rescues. Some are better than others and will do all they can to get a dog out before it’s needle time, others, not so much. In rescue we just bite the bullet, do a work-around and put up with their bs so we can get the dog out and to safety. We got Roy out and safe and already vetted; soon he will start training and that will determine where he goes later. For now he will rest up before beginning the next leg of his journey.
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