Lehigh Valley shelter serving to 74 stranded canines get dwelling to their new house owners

BREINIGSVILLE, Pa. – Dozens of canines discovered themselves in a tough scenario after a truck carrying them grew to become stranded within the Lehigh Valley.

Now, a non-profit group and dozens of volunteers are scrambling to assist handle the canines and get them to their new house owners.

“We acquired a name a few truck that broke down they usually had 74 canines on board,” Jayne Anne Bissell, the Canine Care Supervisor for The Sanctuary at Haafsville in Breinigsville, tells 69 Information.

Now all 74 of the canines are at The Sanctuary at Haafsville, on high of over a dozen canines who had been already on the shelter. The truck the canines had been aboard was taking the K9’s from Texas to Canada when it broke down close to Fogelsville.







“We put out a Fb plea and everybody confirmed up,” Julie Hoffman, President of the Board of Administrators for The Sanctuary at Haafsville, notes.

“We’ve got an unbelievable group of volunteers. Near 70 volunteers right here.”

“We could not allow them to go till tomorrow night time. So, we simply drove them over to our shelter,” Bissell says.

The entire canines have perpetually houses in Canada however, for now there is not any option to get them there.

“Their truck just isn’t going to be fastened,” Bissell says. “So, now we’re in search of a truck substitute to assist them.”







Lehigh Valley shelter helping take care of stranded dogs

The Sanctuary at Haafsville, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit group, usually takes care of fewer than 20 canines at a time. Now on high of caring for greater than 80 canines, they’re additionally making an attempt to assist the shelter whose automobile broke down.

“We’re in search of a temperature-controlled industrial automobile. It wants to move the canines, in crates, 10 hours to Canada,” Hoffman says. “We’re engaged on totally different choices so the canines are safely held.”

You could find out extra about The Sanctuary at Haafsville and pitch in if you would like by visiting their web site. Shelter organizers say Texas is thought for having a variety of stray canines that usually face dire circumstances.

“We often carry canines up right here from Texas just a few occasions a 12 months. We by no means carry this many,” Bissell notes. “In all probability most of those canines would’ve been euthanized.”

“We hope tomorrow we are able to get them as much as Canada and of their perpetually houses,” Hoffman says.







Sanctuary at Haafsville taking care of stranded dogs

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