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;I KENNELS-tA KEEPER ENTERING. DOG, WITH A KE.PER. I – SI- 3. WHERE EACH DOG HAS A SEPARATE KENNEL: THE HEAD KEEPER 4. WITH HIS RECORD SHEET OVER THE DOOR: A DOG IN HIS KENNEL. TAKING A “BOARDER” OUT FOR EXERCISE. 5. AN APPEAL POR SYMPATHY: A DOG STOPS A PASSING KEEPER.
Doo belonging to soldier who are still serving abroad fsnd an excellent home in the kennels established by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals at Hackbtidge. Every dog has a separate kennel, and over the door of it is kept a daily record of his condition, with particular of his origin, breed, and arrival at the home. On each side
of the central pa e dooas lead o into cournyards, where the dogs are taken nut singly for earcise two or three times a day for twenty minutes at a tie. OcccsionaUy friends of a dog’s absent owner will call to see how it is getting on, as shown in drawing No. 3.–[Drs.sn Ceoyri~Md ti. nM Uind Sges ad C eda.l