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Old October 20th 10, 04:02 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.rescue
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Hi, first post here. I am looking for resources to help find a dog a
home. I am adopting a dog that was to be put down today or tomorrow,
cannot believe the owner has not put much effort into finding him a
home. I have Animal aid and human society telephone number, what are
some other resources or how do I find more contact in my area.
Berrien county, MI. Dog is coming from northern IN.
thanks
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Old October 20th 10, 09:00 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.rescue
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On Wed, 20 Oct 2010 08:02:43 -0700 (PDT), moe
wrote:

Hi, first post here. I am looking for resources to help find a dog a
home. I am adopting a dog that was to be put down today or tomorrow,
cannot believe the owner has not put much effort into finding him a
home. I have Animal aid and human society telephone number, what are
some other resources or how do I find more contact in my area.
Berrien county, MI. Dog is coming from northern IN.
thanks


I'm confused. You are adopting a dog from another state, but you
don't intend to keep it, and you want a humane society in your area to
find the dog a home? If that's what you're doing, I don't think
that's a good idea. People do this and then they get upset with
rescues when they can't accept the animal because they're full, or
because it's a mixed breed and they deal with purebreds, or whatever.
You shouldn't take a dog with the expectation that someone else is
going to be responsible for finding it a home.

That said, the best way to find animal rescue-type contacts in your
area is the internet.

 




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