Pets at the pound

RSPCA animal attendant Courtney White speaks highly of kelpie cross Freddy.It’s always sad for a dog to end up at the pound, but it’s particularly sad for black dogs.Because they are more likely to blend into the background they are less likely to be adopted and so their time there is much longer than lighter coloured mutts.Shoalhaven Animal Shelter’s longest resident is black kelpie cross Freddy.The one-year-old who originally came in as a stray has been at the pound for five months.<#start#>Noneoptions={AutoStart:false,DefaultQuality:”High”,PlayerWidth:463,PlayerHeight:260}<#end#>“No one has looked at him,” said RSPCA animal attendant Laura Marcocci.Freddy is one of the pound’s best behaved dogs. He gets on well with other dogs, is well-mannered and will sit and come on command.“He was one of the most well-behaved dogs on the Million Paws Walk.He would like to live with an active family.Last week’s petsA crowded shelter has meant Charlie the staffie, has gone to Yagoona.You can see all the pets online at www.adoptapet南京夜网.au or visit them at the Shoalhaven RSPCA Shelter, 114 Flatrock Road, West Nowra or call 4429 3410.Microchipping is available from 10am to 2pm weekdays.The RSPCA’s phone number to report animal abuse is 1300 CRUELTY.This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.