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14 Dogs Get Second Chance at Finding Their Fur-ever Homes

14 Dogs Get Second Chance at Finding Their Fur-ever Homes

Posted: Jun 23, 2018 6:13 PM
Updated: Jun 23, 2018 6:13 PM

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their fur-ever homes. they were flown here from bakersfield, california and will be at the rogue valley humane society awaiting adoption. newswatch 12's andryanna sheppard is in the studio. she shows us why the rogue valley humane society says this doggie delivery will help change these dogs lives. [a20]doggie delivery-pkg andryanna says: "the rogue valley humane society tells me the shelter in bakersfield had a lot of smaller dogs available for adoption but just didn't have the space. if the non-profit wings of rescue and the rogue valley humane society didn't step in, its possible they may have been put down." nat: "ood baby---good baby. hi" after a two hour plane ride from bakersfield, california ---and a 30 minute drive from the rogue valley international airport to the rogue valley humane society in grants pass 14 dogs are about to em-bark--- into the next chapter in their lives. wings of rescue flew all 14 little dogs into the area this afternoon. cathi says: "all the dogs we just got out are little chihuahuas. i think there was one terrior maybe a poodle in there, mostly chihuahuas. all had been there a month beyond past due and at risk. rob says: "we had 14 dogs in total on this flight." cathi says: "they had room here at the rogue valley humane society so we coordinated the flight here." the rogue valley humane society says wings of rescue's c-e-o called and asked if they had enough room for the dogs. executive director margaret varner tells me the rogue valley is the perfect place for the dogs. margaret says: "unfortunately what's going on in bakersfield is they have way too many small dogs that are not moving. and here because we live in a senior community a lot of folks are looking for those smaller dogs. margaret tells me today is all about getting them used to their new and hopefully temporary living space. before they get adopted into their fur-ever homes. cathi says: "the dogs come from a youth listed area where there's no time to right here where there's time room and space and open arms waiting for them." andryanna says: "the rogue valley humane society says the dogs should be available for adoption within the next two weeks." on
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