Why do animal shelters and adoption agencies spend big bikkies on one dog?
Recently came across a large breed cross that had been put up for adoption but had hip dysplacia. Spent thousands on fixing the hip, many more hundreds on rehab, and now the other hip needs doing.
To my mind, all that money, made in donations by you and me, should have been used to look after several other, fit and structurally sound animals.
Does anybody have any experience with shelters and adoptions who can shed some light on this perplexing question.
Border River Pet Resort