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  • Tom
    December 02, 2012 - 17:57

    This dog had a great life at the landfill. The staff looked after him better than some beagle owners. He would go to the woods around the landfill and run rabbits when he wanted to, and had a great time. His shelter was a dried out culvert close by, the staff made sure he had warm blankets and was always comfortable, and he feasted on the finest food. He was loved and cared for by the fine people working at the landfill, and had a happy life. He is in good health, as attested by the city vet. So my question is, was this necessary, was this a dog in distress, mistreated, abused, unhappy, hungry? He has now been plucked out of the envoirenment he loved, and the people who loved him, because some offical, or bleeding heart thinks its best for him. Don;t get me wrong, I have had beagles for over 50 years, and I treasure them. This is a happy beagle, not causing any trouble, and living the life he wanted, not doing any harm, at no risk to anyone. He had a home, and a caring family of many people. I think this beagle should have been left alone, unless their was evidence he was in distress and needed help. I think its a sad day for this little beagle, and his extended family at the landfill. I wish him well, but most likely he will run away again and return to the home that he loves. ]If the people who have him now, really are concerned about the dogs well being and happiness, they will return him to his proper home at the landfill. I am not so sure this move is in the best intrest of the dog

  • Liz
    December 02, 2012 - 09:33

    This story is so heartwarming. Good luck puppy on finding that special forever home! Bouquets to all who helped to keep this puppy alive and well.

  • Duffy
    December 02, 2012 - 09:13

    Great Story now take a look at the starving abandoned cats everywhere in the Province. Port De Grave is a perfect example where the Port Authority does nothing and there are ferrel cats everywhere. People try to feed them but it is a never ending ignored problem. The Port Authority (fishermen) apparently could care less. The Province should attach conditions to all the grants (tax money) they get there for their personal gain.

  • Justme
    December 02, 2012 - 08:50

    What a nice story. Everyone involved in this story, are wonderful people. i hope this sweet litlle doggie gets a good home.