One Dog at a Time Van is nearing the end of its life.

Despite the best efforts of mechanics and those who voluntarily run the animal charity One Dog At A Time, the latter’s all-important work has been used to rescue and transport countless dogs. It is revealed that the van is the last leg.

ODAAT’s Paula Blaine said, “It’s been a rough year, but it will require expensive parts and is said to take years to reach the island.” “It makes no sense to put that kind of money into a van. Even if you did, you can’t afford to keep it off the road for long.”

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