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We've been asked why would we transport dogs and puppies somewhere else. Well, the sad fact is there are more dogs and puppies
that have already been spayed/neutered available for adoption than there are adopters. Adoptions take place one at a time, as
you can see, litters come into the world 5-13 .That means there isn't a place for them with rescues or city shelters. There
are two options when everyone is over capacity, this is the BEST option of of the two . Cities with proper
spay/neuter ordinances do not have the constant over flow of homeless pets we have in our area. Transporting is a win for them
and most certainly a win for the homeless dogs and puppies here.