Four month old pup pulled from a gassing shelter and quarantined missed her land-ride to a new home because of hospitalization due to an obstruction. (PUPPIES!!!) The vet has cleared her for travel, and her patient adopters have stuck by her, but are ready for their baby as soon as possible. Julee is a sweet hound mix weighing 24 lbs. (today) We are flexible and could drive to another NC airport that would work better.
Last edited by asf on Sat Jun 06, 2009 2:55 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Wow, I was told y'all were good, but never expected this to be solved so quickly! Julee is planning to hitch a ride tomorrow with Joanne's friend, who is driving all that way to pull a dog from one of our notorious NC shelters. Thank you for making the connection for us!
Next I have two sad Cockers to get to upstate NY, will post them as details become available.
I am with A Shelter Friend of Bladen County. We are trying to get a dog, Morgan, from Elizabethtown, NC to Indianapolis, IN. Is there any way Morgan can get in on this trip? She is a hound puppy. I can be reached at email@example.com.
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