Throwaway Pups 1-8-11

We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday. The dogs here enjoyed their holidays playing in the snow! Some of them had no idea what "the white stuff" on the ground was but once they figured it out they were rolling, frolicking around, and of course eating it!

We would like to remind everyone animals are not just property and at your disposable. They require more then just a few meals a day; they require love and affection. Not to be just tied out in a yard and forgotten about, they are so eager to please and would never turn their back on you, so please do not turn your back on them.

We would love to start our new year off right by finding homes for some of the pups that have been with us the longest. Carly is one of those less fortunate. She has been with us since last spring and we have not have one inquiry about her. She is a sweet girl with lots of energy. She is a dominant girl though so would do best in a home with no other pets or livestock. Carly's mix is a mystery to us. The shelter told us that she was a border collie and her sister looked like a husky but your guess is as good as ours. Carly is about 18 months old. She is spayed, micro chipped, up to date on vaccines, and comes with 30 days of free pet health insurance.

Did you know: 3-4 million animals are euthanized each year. We could drastically change these statistics if everyone would spay and neuter there animals and stop irresponsible breeding. Throwaway Pups is going to try to set up a monthly low-cost spay and neuter clinic. For more details please contact us at www.throwawaypupsrescue.org

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