April 24, 2012
Reading this thread I have to say I don't think that this many people would just get on here and try to shut down a rescue if it was legitimate. Secondly the parvo claims are true. Why would the rescue treat a dog with parvo when they would endanger infecting the other dogs, especially if the vet said the dog will definitely die? Do they think they are smarter than a veterinarian? Do they have veterinary degrees? Why are the adopting out dogs that aren't fully vaccinated? The last person said I was told not to put my dog down until it was vaccinated. I have never adopted a dog that was not vaccinated for parvo and I have had 2 and am close friends with a breeder. The only way the vaccine doesn't work is if the dog has parvo before it receives the vaccine. Perhaps the vet has advised this "angrycustomer" to get boosters for her dogs since they were exposed to the virus. All the recent research I have done says that could be customary if your dogs are older and have not had a recent parvo vaccination as it is not required in older dogs. All of you who are defending this seem to be fake and perhaps just personal friends of the owners. Every customer , donater, and person who gave an animal is unhappy but all the "personal friends" or people who "have known them from middle school" are happy. Coincidence, I think not. Be Smart people, do your research.
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