Last week, while many people headed out of town to celebrate the Fourth of July, the ASPCA transport team embarked on a different kind of road trip as the team set off to deliver six dogs seized in a multi-state dog fighting case to four shelters across the Midwest.
After delivering Mabel at the Great Plains SPCA, our team headed to Lincoln, Nebraska to deliver Iso to his temporary home at the Capital Humane Society. Iso enjoyed a bowl of kibble al fresco before arriving at the shelter, where he settled down in the grass to relax with his new human friends. Iso is a happy dog who loves to make canine buddies, and his favorite activity is to settle into your lap! If you would like to adopt Iso, please contact the Capital Humane Society.
For our last stop, our team traveled nearly 500 miles to Longmont, Colorado, a town outside of Denver. On the morning of the Fourth of July, the last of the #FreedomDogs, Wickham and Fitz, arrived at the Longmont Humane Society. There, both dogs will receive behavioral enrichment to gain confidence. Our transport team saw firsthand how these dogs began to come out of their shells along the ride. By the end of the road trip, Wickham showed his silly, playful personality and Fitz greeted us with eager tail wags. Follow Longmont Humane for updates on their progress.
While the trip is over, the journey for these dogs continues as they wait to find loving homes. Check out our #FreedomDogs hashtag and Facebook album to view photos and updates from the transport, and stay tuned for news to come as Nightwing, Valentino, Mabel, Iso, Wickham and Fitz find their forever homes.