Saturday, November 22, 2008

Ok, so it ain't the Four Seasons

A van load of new bright eyed recruits from Montreal, mostly bigger dogs this time (with a couple of smaller ones not in the video), all excited, anxious and now safe. It'll take them a few hours to settle down and then a few days to hopefully get their anxiety levels down. In the meanwhile, they'll get health checked and vaccinated before being put up for adoption.



The kennels aren't posh but they're clean and warm and much better than where these guys came from and hopefully will lead to somewhere much better still.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Are these still fallout from the puppy mill closures? They look pretty people friendly -- at least the tails are communicating friendly! I hope each and every one finds a perfect home....

Ian said...

Humans might be at the front desk in the lobby complaining about the accommodations but dogs just wag their tails.
That`s why we love them.
Nice looking crew.

Fred said...

I think there's a mix of owner surrenders and puppy mill dogs in this batch and, yes, they are all very friendly. There's a little poodle who is shy but once it's warmed up to you, it doesn't want to leave your side.

Anonymous said...

I work in hotels and let me tell you I'd much rather check in a bunch of dogs. Hmmmmm doggie hotel not a bad idea. Thanks for the video Fred. Looks like a nice bunch. Who are those nice ladies helping James?

Susan

Fred said...

The 2 women are Johanne Tasse and Anne from Companion Animals Adoption Centers of Quebec (caacQ). The dogs came from caacQ and they drove them down from Montreal.