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A Quarantine Station for Dogs Brought Home by British Soldiers: The Kennels at Hackbridge

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I. r1 2 ….+ .iHl A SEPARATE COMPARTMENT FOR EACH DOG INSIDE THE QUARANTINE KENNELS 2. TO ACCOMMODATE THE EVER-INCREASING NUMPERS OF DOGS: NEW ENNELS UNDER AT HACKBRIDGE. CONSTRUCTION. UNDERGOING ITS DAILY EXAMINATIOŽ, . A GERMAN DOG KNOWN *AS A DEUTSCHER 4. TYPICAL OF THE DOGS AFFECTION FOR THEIR NEEPERS: A CANINE KISS AT THE SCHAPERHUN SHEEP-DOGO). HACKBRIDE KENNELS


Special kennels have been built ao Hackbridge, in Surrey, as quarantine quarters ior the numerous dogs brought back from the Front by soldiers. The dogs are isolated in separate compartments and never allowed to meet. Each dog has its own history


card, on which a daily record is kept. The number is increasing so much that ten new kennels are being built, and for this and other purposes a fund of £20,000 is being raised. P I’Iei,caapos rny ProJ s’ (tiENEsAL.)



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