Melissa Morgan, a kennel attendant and adoption counselor, holds Josie, a terrier-poodle mix arriving at St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in Madison, N.J. Josie was one of the last of 45 Tennessee dogs to be adopted, after the dogs were rounded up at overcrowded shelters in Tennessee and brought to St. Hubert’s, which had enough open kennels for all the dogs.
Melissa Morgan, a kennel attendant and adoption counselor, holds Josie, a terrier-poodle mix arriving at St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in Madison, N.J. Josie was one of the last of 45 Tennessee dogs to be adopted, after the dogs were rounded up at overcrowded shelters in Tennessee and brought to St. Hubert’s, which had enough open kennels for all the dogs. Courtesy photo
Melissa Morgan, a kennel attendant and adoption counselor, holds Josie, a terrier-poodle mix arriving at St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in Madison, N.J. Josie was one of the last of 45 Tennessee dogs to be adopted, after the dogs were rounded up at overcrowded shelters in Tennessee and brought to St. Hubert’s, which had enough open kennels for all the dogs. Courtesy photo

MAP pinpoints shelters with too many, too few dogs

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