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August 28, 2011
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August 28, 2011
6 people found this review helpful

This organization is completely run by a self serving, over paid individual whose main concern is image and not quality of the mission at hand. Working limited hours per week with little to no input or progressive thinking he puts NSALA in a bad place. The organization is known in the industry as bullies and labeled the "puppy mill pet store" because of their aggressive tactics to monopolize available animals.

The volunteers and a few key people really do care because it really is about saving lives..but this organization lays off anyone who may disagree or make a suggestion that goes against the grain.

Again, it's a shame because it really could be the National Brand they claim to be.....but unfortunately with the current management will never succeed.

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as a former employee

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Restructure the board of directors with individuals that have the appropriate credentials and progressive ideas to make NSALA a successfull, properly run organization.

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