Robert Plafke, managing director of Dogs On The Move, holds Rey. He and the other driver will be rotating shifts at the wheel to deliver these dogs to a humane society in Iowa where they'll have high chances of getting adopted. ‘Love your dogs,’ he says. ‘People get a dog because they think they're cute. They don't realize it's a big responsibility, like raising a kid.’
Robert Plafke, managing director of Dogs On The Move, holds Rey. He and the other driver will be rotating shifts at the wheel to deliver these dogs to a humane society in Iowa where they'll have high chances of getting adopted. ‘Love your dogs,’ he says. ‘People get a dog because they think they're cute. They don't realize it's a big responsibility, like raising a kid.’ Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald
Robert Plafke, managing director of Dogs On The Move, holds Rey. He and the other driver will be rotating shifts at the wheel to deliver these dogs to a humane society in Iowa where they'll have high chances of getting adopted. ‘Love your dogs,’ he says. ‘People get a dog because they think they're cute. They don't realize it's a big responsibility, like raising a kid.’ Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald

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