BOISE - A Boise man was reunited with his basset hound Wednesday evening after struggling to get his dog back from a local animal shelter.
According to a news release from the humane society, an animal rescue group based in Oakland, Calif. called drove 21 dogs and puppies up to Boise from the Napa Valley on Sept. 28. Another 31 dogs will arrive via plane on Oct. 1, thanks to the group which flies homeless dogs to shelters around the country. Another 34 dogs arrived to the humane society from Sacramento, Calif. on Sept. 25.
Go to Idaho Humane Society ASAP (4775 Dorman St. Boise) or to your nearestshelter and file a lost or found report. If no one claims your pet within ashort period of time, it will be put up for adoption or euthanized. Ifyour pet has a microchip, you stand a better chance of getting him/herback if taken to the shelter. A collar with ID tag is also important.
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BOISE - The Idaho Humane Society received 65 dogs and puppies from five different California animal shelters as part of a holiday airlift organized by Wings Of Rescue.Volunteers scrambled on the tarmac at the Boise Airport to unload a precious cargo from a plane operated by the non-profit "." Fifty-four pooches from San Antonio, Texas, had been set to be put down, but they will now look for their forever homes instead. Ten of them will head up to the Animal Shelter of the Wood River Valley. The rest will be staying at the Idaho Humane Society.