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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

UPDATE: Bassets make Progress

The 17 hounds have been at Boom Towne for 4 days now and they are doing great! Many of the dogs are outgoing, friendly, playful and are ready to go to forever homes. Just a few of the dogs will need some more time getting used to people before they are ready to be adopted. Hopefully they will all be in forever homes for the howlidays!

The next group of 15 females should be making their way to New York within the next week or so. They are all currently being spayed and vetted before taking the trip to Boom Towne.

Don't forget our adoption event this Saturday, Dec 5th from 1 to 3pm at Boom Towne in Farmington, NY just off Exit 44 of the NYS Thruway. If you are interested in adopting one of these dogs, please read about our adoption process and fill out the adoption application. Pre-approved adopters may be able to take a dog home with them on Saturday. If you aren't approved, but are still interested in adopting one of these loving hounds, please come by on Saturday. You can see the dogs, fill out an adoption application, and learn about ABC and all of the things we do.

Interested in becoming a volunteer or a foster home for ABC? You should also come to the adoption event on Saturday. We will have volunteers and foster homes on hand to talk to you about the many ways you can help ABC and basset hounds. If you can't make it to Boom Towne on Saturday, visit our website for more information on becoming a foster home or a volunteer.

Please consider helping us meet our goal of raising $8,000 to spay/neuter, vet, and help all 33 of these dogs. Visit our fundraising page and click GIVE NOW.

Here are a few of the dogs currently at Boom Towne that will be available for adoption on Saturday.

The Queen, Sammy Jo in front. She is a happy dog, all love and belly rubs. Chet is in the back. He is a bit shy, but is opening up quickly. He loves playing with his younger siblings.
Sammy Jo

Hazel in the front, Ruby in the back. They are both 5 month old, very playful puppies.
Ruby and Hazel

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