What would happend is like if someone that works at the shelter they would take them for a period of time or they send them to another shelter.
Your best bet would be to contact the animal shelter, and see if they have records on the dog. Some animal shelters Microchip their animals, which would be another way of identifying the dog, and the shelter it came from.
They take them to the shelter to be check and if the dog has serious problems most likely they would have to put the dog down( kill them painlessly).
You would find an air raid shelter usually underground.
No. A bomb shelter is for overhead bombs dropped from planes, etc. A fallout shelter is referencing a nuclear fallout, which would mean it would be safe from radiation.
A bomb shelter. A simplistic answer for a inane question.
the pro answer would be an igloo for what the arctic people have for shelter.
A fallout shelter is a place were people would hid there stuff
Plants do not give us shelter. the right question would be '' who do trees give us shelter?'' the answer for that would be the are used to make homes.
Shelter is important because it keeps you warm, dry and safe. You shelter because you would die without it.
That depends on the policies of the shelter and whether or not the dog has already been adopted, rescued, or euthanized. In many cases, if the dog was not confiscated for neglect or other issues, you should be able to, at the very least, adopt the dog. However, it all depends on the policies of the shelter. Calling them or going down to talk to them would be the best place to start.
i would say maybe a month or less gives them a idea on what going on with the baby no medical problems their hearing is also good this to gives them time to focus.