Rescued Morkies Ready to Go!
The story that caught everyone’s eye
When more than 80 small dogs were seized from a private home in Paris, Ontario a few weeks ago, people were livid when they heard about the horrendous conditions and treatment these tiny dogs received.
But now, 17 of the 33 dogs who ended up at the Cambridge SPCA, are brushed, groomed and ready to go! [et_lb_testimonial image_url=”” author_name=”” author_position=”” author_site=”” css_class=””] “They have no manners,” stated Deekon, adding the dogs may have a tendency to jump up or even nip. “They need love and attention and with a little bit of time they will learn all of those things.” [/et_lb_testimonial] The adoption process will take some time
According to Bonnie Deekon, executive director at the Cambridge and District Humane Society, these dogs won’t necessarily go to first-come first-served families. Instead, she and her team will be working hard with potential new owners to ensure the fit is just right.
Although the place where they were raised isn’t technically a puppy mill, all the dogs have been subjected to dreadful conditions, neglect, underfeeding and total lack of medical care. So they will, naturally, take some time to adjust to a loving home.
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