A total of 20 doggos were rescued from a Puerto Rico shelter. The dogs were reportedly living in a dirty and unpleasant environment.
– A shelter in Puerto Rico has over 800 dogs.
– They asked help from different shelters in the United States.
– One of the U.S. shelters that accepted the doggos from Puerto Rico is…
The Nassau Humane Society in Florida is where the rescued doggos from Puerto Rico were transported to. According to Nassau Humane Society, the Puerto Rico shelter reached out to them because they really needed help with the doggo.
Reportedly, there are 800 doggos with the Puerto Rico shelter and they were already living in their own feces and urine. The shelter tried to help as many dogs as they can but they just could not keep up with the growing number of animals under their care. Accordingly, spay and neuter is not a common procedure in Puerto Rico thus the high number of doggos with the shelter.
In the next months, Nassau Humane Society is expecting another batch of doggos to arrive from the Puerto Rico shelter. For the first batch, the other doggos were taken to New Jersey and New York.
The dogs are still being assessed to see if they are ready to be adopted out.
Read the detailed scoop by Zachery Lashway at – https://www.news4jax.com/pets