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Pets | Everett News
The rats are currently in foster homes, said Hilary Anne Hager with the Everett Animal Shelter, but they'll be back this weekend - looking for new homes.
"They're a really popular pet..they're really fun and engaging and smart - and you can train them to do all kinds of things," Hager
It's difficult to determine the age ...
It's difficult to determine the age of most of the dogs because their teeth are in poor condition, said Hilary Hager, an activities coordinator for the Everett Animal Shelter.
No one knows exactly what happened to the dogs, but it's clear that they weren't allowed to exercise or interact with people, Hager
Many of the dogs cannot bark because their vocal chords were snipped.
Most of the rescued dogs were used for breeding.
Very few puppies were found, Hager
"It's a common misconception that these dogs are puppies," she
Most introductions went off without a hitch, but a few families decided not to adopt after spending time with the dogs, Hager
They worried that the dogs wouldn't get along with other pets or didn't have the right temperament to fit in with a family's lifestyle.
"That's OK," Hager
"I'd rather they decide now that they don't want this commitment."
The dogs that weren't adopted Sunday will most likely be offered to families who weren't selected in the first round, Hager
"We have so many great applicants for these dogs," she
Everett Animal Shelter spokeswoman ...
Everett Animal Shelter spokeswoman Hilary Hager says the event was a great success.
"We adopted out a total of 31 cats and kittens plus another five dogs from our shelter," Hager
Hordes of inauguration-goers packed the Capital South Metro station Monday on their way to pick up tickets from their representatives and senators.
The station got so overwhelmed, Metro riders said the guards lifted the gates and let riders leave the station without paying.
Hilary Hager of Everett
said it took her
15 minutes to get out of the Metro station.
Several of them have what we ...
Several of them have what we believe is the herpes virus and have conditions with their eyes," said Hilary Anne Hager of the Everett Animal Shelter.
We're just happy they're here and we're taking good care of them," said Hager