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Animal shelters fear huge influx of abandoned 'lockdown puppies' on its way

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the Metro: “There was a huge surge in demand for dogs during lockdown as families made the most of spending more time at home.“What concerns us is what’s happening to these “lockdown puppies” now and what will happen to them over the coming months."She continued: “We’re worried that while many families will have considered the long-term commitment of taking on a dog, some may not have been thinking post-lockdown about how they’ll care for their new pet when they return to work or how they’ll pay for them if they should be hit by the recession.“We expect that we’ll see a major dog welfare crisis this year as huge numbers of dogs are relinquished to rescue centres, sold on online or even abandoned; with struggling charities forced to pick up.

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