Over 120 Dogs Saved through the Homeless Pets Underhound Railroad
That’s how many pets we’ve saved in the first four months of 2018 through trasnport.
Town & Country Veterinary Clinic, through the Homeless Pets Underhound Railroad, have, since January, transferred roughly 30 dogs per month to the Bideawee shelter dog in New York City off Long Island.
These animals are housed in the isolation area of Town & Country Veterinary Clinic after they’re rescued from “kill shelters” in South Georgia, Alabama, regional puppy mills, and other situations. After they’ve been deemed healthy enough for transport, our volunteers make the long drive (with plenty of potty breaks) to the Bideawee shelter where they are quickly adopted.
Although we try and find homes locally for them, often the supply of these great dogs exceeds the demand for them in the Southeast, necessitating taking them to areas of higher demand.
Here’s a few images of these puppies being loaded up into the transport van throughout the last few months: