Quarantine is an unfortunately common part of life for my local shelter. Ever since I became involved there have been quarantines, some brief and some long. During quarantines, animal shelters separate populations of dogs by creating physical barriers and making sure that staff and volunteers don’t spread disease between populations. Sometimes the quarantine is created … Continue reading Animal Shelter Quarantine: A Desperate Situation
https://videopress.com/v/1oGI3n58?preloadContent=metadata I expected to update this page differently. I expected to post that Malone had found his new home with a family with plenty of acres to run and dog friends to play with. He was going to meet a potential adopter for the second time today. She was worried that he was too energetic, … Continue reading Malone, I’m sorry.