Saturday, August 22, 2009

Pack of small dogs on their way to Baltimore

Last week, I hope you read the great article about the "underground railroad for dogs." Baltimore's Humane Society is an example of this movement. They recently arranged for the transfer of 31 dogs from a rural shelter in Tennessee, where the pups were scheduled to be euthanized. The transfer was largely of small breed dogs and mutts, which are more popular in northern states and in cities.

It is so great that shelters around the country are working together to find forever homes for these dogs. Wags to the Baltimore Humane Society for their new initiative to rescue dogs from overcrowded rural shelters in the south.

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