I can see how this could be convenient for humans...but what about the animals? Are they serious??
|...the dogs will have housing options other than kennels when not in use. For San Francisco, she's hired a caretaker who plans to keep the dogs at her house when they aren't on loan to members.....
....Cervantes, who explained that only dogs with social temperaments were picked for the program and that each would ideally be shared by no more than two or three owner-members.....
...."It benefits the homeless animals, keeps them socialized and exercised and in the end they end up getting adopted," said owner Seth Sachson....
....it might give people an easy way to test the ownership waters and keep a few dogs from being euthanized....
....members are required to spend with their dog and a trainer before their first outing ensures the dogs are going into caring, competent homes.
All of us dog owners better NEVER leave our dogs home alone ever again.
We wouldn't leave our children home alone would we? No. Enough said.
|Simon Brodie, the controversial founder with a criminal past behind the Allerca hypoallergenic cats, is the CEO of a company that owns Flexpetz, the pet sharing service. Brodie was convicted in the UK of multiple counts of accounting fraud. Ever since his move to the United States, he has been linked to pets or animals in his ventures and is shadowed by a history of failed ventures, lawsuits, unpaid bills, and fraud allegations.|