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Challenges for Backyard Rescues

As more citizens open their homes to foster shelter dogs and support small independent rescue efforts, conflicts with neighbors are bound to increase. The travails of a backyard rescue in Brookfield, Wisconsin, reveal some of the nuts-and-bolts challenges and consequences for activists -- and the electeds who regulate them.

Lisa Wogan

June 23, 2008 in Current Affairs, Humane, Legislation, Volunteer | Permalink

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This story hit home - I'm currently on hiatus because I have reached the three dog limit in my town, and am hoping to move within a year to continue shiba inu rescue and rehabilitation.
The general public is so NOT aware of the challenges of independent rescue!!
Thanks for posting!

Posted by: Jennifer | Jun 26, 2008 6:55:17 AM

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