Dogs at foxwood kenels are having a tough time keeping tabs on each other.
They are barking in unison at each others barking and fighting in their cages.
Foxwood kens is owned by the Kennel Club of America and the club’s president, Jeffery Brown, said his dogs, a mix of black and white, are having trouble keeping up.
The dogs at foxwoods kennell are barking, and they’re fighting.
Foxwoods Kennels’ president, Jeffrey Brown, has had to hire an outside firm to try and calm the dogs.
He says the barking has become an issue with the dogs and he has had a new owner recently who also has a dog.
Foxwoods Kennel is owned and operated by the Foxwoods Club of the United States.
Brown says he had a dog in the foxwoods club’s care about three years ago who was in and out of trouble and the dog went in the other direction, barking aggressively.
After that, Foxwoods began offering an alternative to a kenneling service, Foxwood Rescue, which Brown says his dogs are more likely to use when they need to fight.
Fox Woods Rescue’s website has information on how to get in touch with a rescue that will take in your dog.
“Foxwoods Rescue offers a rescue experience that’s not unlike the kennelling services,” Brown said.
According to the Kennesaw Nation’s Kennel Breeders and Terriers Association, foxwoods has the largest number of rescue dogs in the country with more than 7,000 animals.
The Kennesaws rescue dogs are kept in a stable facility, are vaccinated and given vaccinations before being taken to the rescue’s shelter.
Fox Wood Rescue says it has been able to take in more than 10,000 foxwoods dogs over the past four years.
The rescue said it has had dogs from other rescue organizations that have come in and gotten in trouble with the kens.
While the dogs at Foxwoods are not aggressive, the foxwood rescue says they can be very loud.
Brown says Foxwoods’ rescue has taken in many foxwood dogs and that they’re doing well, but that he has seen some dogs bark at eachother in the cage.
He says he has been told by the rescuers that some of the dogs are having difficulty keeping up and some have a very difficult time keeping their composure.
Brown said he is hopeful that Foxwoods will be able to keep the dogs in line with their owners, but he also hopes that Foxwood will keep the ken from barking too loudly.