Hudson Valley Organization Rescues Dogs from Upstate NY
A Hudson Valley dog rescue recently assisted saving two dogs in Upstate New York.
Ulster County Canines is a new Boarding, Training and Dog Rescue location located in Saugerties. According to a press release on May 23rd Ulster County Canines was contacted by animal rights authorities to assist with a "massive hording operation" in Utica, New York.
Jamie Stech, who is the Executive Director of Ulster County Canines, reached out to Road 2 Home Rescue to about their poor conditions at one of their facilities. While Road 2 Home began to fix the problem, Ulster County Canines agreed to take two of the dogs from the facility.
On June 10th, Stech went to Albany to pick up two dogs named Duffy and Ambrose. Duffy, a 15 month old Staffordshire Bull Terrier. According to the press release Duffy "spent the bulk of his life in a crate, awash in his own urine and waste." Ambrose is a 3 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He is "desperately in need of a double entropy surgery" which is a painful eye condition.
The press release reports that Ambrose was scheduled to get the surgery earlier this week.
For more on how you can adopt the pups visit Ulster County Canines websites.
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