Charleston, SC – As reported two days ago, many of the dogs that desperately needed to be removed from Max’s Animal Rescue were taken in by other rescue organizations.
Those who left the property included 6 five month old German shepherd puppies.
The rescue responsible? Furlife German Shepherd Rescue.
Volunteers with the rescue made the long trek from Charleston to Hoboken to retrieve the puppies and by yesterday, everyone was back home, safe and sound.
The rescue has this to share about their new pups,
They do great around all other dogs as well, very well socialized. They are outgoing and just absolute sweet hearts!! My foster homes have already fallen head over heals in love with them.
Happily, not only are all of the puppies healthy, but they are also well-socialized, potty trained and good with people and other dogs – in otherwords, highly adoptable.
The puppies will all be available for adoption as soon as they are altered.
The rescue also wanted to share some things about what they found at Max’s Animal Rescue.
Rather than buying into the rumors which were flying through Facebook, they chose to investigate things firsthand.
The entirety of their post with regards to this will not be copied (due to the length), however, they did say that all of the rumors which had been spread were found to be false.
Not only was Max’s Animal Rescue willing to turn over the dogs as promised, they also had the dogs’ health certificates ready to go – and no money was ever exchanged.
One important item from Furlife will be shared here with regards to perhaps the most damning rumor that was stated as “truth”:
Rumor: She was fired from a humane society for stealing money- truth: Truth: She was NOT fired, she left due to a disagreement with the president. They newspaper had a mis-print. The president reported her “stealing money from them” however upon a 6 month investigation, the outcome was that they found EVERY PENNY WITHIN THE SHELTER and NO charges were pressed, and everything was dropped.
Enough time and energy has been spent on this particular rescue drama. Right now, many thanks are in order for Furlife German Shepherd Rescue for stepping in when they heard a cry for help.
Please visit them on Facebook and tell them thank you.
On a continued note, some rescues indicated that they would come for dogs at Max’s Animal Rescue, but they failed to show up. There are still several dogs in need.
If you work with a rescue that is in the Georgia area and are willing to lend a hand, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The dogs that need to be moved include 2 yr old Pit bull siblings, 3 Mastiff mixes (3 yrs of age) and 2 Hounds.
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