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SCRAPS: Seized Dogs Available For Adoption On Tuesday

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: Available for adoption on Tuesday, December 7th at noon are 39 dogs originally seized by SCRAPS from a local breeding operation on July 30, 2010, and an additional 21 puppies born to dogs that were pregnant when seized for a total of sixty dogs.

The dogs available for adoption include Labradoodles, Poodles, Terriers, and other breeds. Although the dogs have been in the care and control of SCRAPS since July 30, 2010, they were only recently released for adoption by order of the Court. SCRAPS staff have laboriously cared for all these animals with the kind help from foster homes and the Spokane Humane Society. Also assisting SCRAPS in the care of the dogs was the HEART (Humane Evacuation Animal Rescue Team) members who helped with bathing and walking the dogs.

"These dogs are highly desirable, however because they come from a breeding operation they may need extra care, training, socialization and housebreaking," said Nancy Hill, SCRAPS Director. "Also Labradoodles and Poodles typically need extra attention for their ears as these breeds can be prone to ear infections," she continued. "During their care at SCRAPS it has been discovered that most of these dogs are allergic to dog food that contains chicken and grains so they will need a special diet."

Some of these dogs will be available for adoption at the Spokane Humane Society at a later date.

The dogs will be spayed or neutered, microchipped, licensed and vaccinated before they go into their new forever homes. Their adoption price is $82.04. SCRAPS is open from noon until 5:30 every day but Sundays and Wednesdays when it is closed to the public. SCRAPS will be implementing a number system to those in line to adopt these dogs.

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