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WPBTiger
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50 "Hunting Dogs" rescued from Northshore breeder, in shelter and need homes
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An assembly line of volunteers stood at the ready as a truck pulled up to the Northshore Humane Society shelter to deliver nearly 50 dogs that had been rescued Thursday morning from a Washington Parish breeder who was not able to keep up with their care.

"Here they are," a volunteer called out as one rescuer rushed into the shelter on Harrison Avenue in Covington, her arms filled with squirming 4-week-old puppies who were first up to get attention from staff veterinarians. Two other volunteers carried out an older dog, trembling with her tail tucked between her legs, amid a cacophony of barking.

The Humane Society launched Operation Hunting for Homes at the request of Washington Parish authorities who had been working with the breeder to reduce his population of hunting dogs, Northshore Humane Society Director Scott Bernier said.




Loup
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Broussard
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re: 50 "Hunting Dogs" rescued from Northshore breeder, in shelter and need homes
I'll take them all.


saray
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re: 50 "Hunting Dogs" rescued from Northshore breeder, in shelter and need homes
every one of them was adopted out yesterday same day they arrived- incredible job by vets and volunteers


WPBTiger
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re: 50 "Hunting Dogs" rescued from Northshore breeder, in shelter and need homes
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every one of them was adopted out yesterday


I saw where they were put in foster homes. That is not the same as adopted.


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crimsonsaint
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re: 50 "Hunting Dogs" rescued from Northshore breeder, in shelter and need homes
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By late Thursday, shelter staff had placed every dog in a foster home, with everything needed from bedding to medication. After a two-week stay in foster care, the dogs will be eligible for adoption, their photos featured on the Humane Society's website.


Looks like they can still be adopted.


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Fun Bunch
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re: 50 "Hunting Dogs" rescued from Northshore breeder, in shelter and need homes
They are not adopted. They are in foster!


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re: 50 "Hunting Dogs" rescued from Northshore breeder, in shelter and need homes
yes they are just out of the shelter and living temporarily in the homes of good people. While I can attest that many fostered dogs become permanent residents (looking at the dogs on my couch, for example) if anyone wants to adopt I’m certain that you can


MWP
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re: 50 "Hunting Dogs" rescued from Northshore breeder, in shelter and need homes
Those 2 Yella dogs on the top row are some good looking hounds.


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eng08
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re: 50 "Hunting Dogs" rescued from Northshore breeder, in shelter and need homes
The wife’s already sent me this...


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good_2_geaux
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re: 50 "Hunting Dogs" rescued from Northshore breeder, in shelter and need homes
are they trained to chase a spike out of a thicket across my shooting lane?


HouseofWaffles
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re: 50 "Hunting Dogs" rescued from Northshore breeder, in shelter and need homes
Depends. Is that thicket on your neighbors property?
This post was edited on 2/14 at 10:28 pm


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