One of central Iowa’s animal rescue organizations is dealing with an ongoing issue with the Department of Agriculture over a quarantine for some of its dogs.
The director of AHeinz57 Pet Rescue is Amy Heinz, and she's sharing her frustration. “I’ve had enough of watching these guys living in cages. I’ve had enough and I think all of Iowa should say ‘enough.’ Enough is enough is enough. I have done my very best to be cooperative and to maintain myself and be professional and keep a smile on my face through all of this but I have had it, these dogs deserve better than this…” said Heinz.
She’s talking about dogs that have been quarantined for over three months because one of them was exposed to canine brucellosis at a puppy mill in Marion County. Because the other animals were in contact with that dog, they’re locked up too. These dogs continue to be locked up, and any donations will help!
Find Catered Bowl pet food at your local Hy Vee today. Pick up an extra bag and donate it to a local animal shelter!