They are getting a puppy from the Humane Society tomorrow. The same Humane Society they sent the Doberman to. (At least, he was supposed to go to the Humane Society. They sent him to AC, as I remember it, and we told he'd go to the Humane Society. I've been watching their site; he still hasn't shown up as adoptable. )
Shouldn't they be on a "DO NOT ADOPT" list? Also, a puppy!? It's a "6 or 8 week old" puppy (in her words) too. If they thought the Doberman was a lot of work wait until they start dealing with puppy sh!t. Literally.
On a non-hating-them note, they couldn't pick her up today because she's getting spayed tomorrow. Is it normal for shelters to spay that young? I understand that they want to ensure that the dog gets altered, but isn't that incredibly bad for the dog's health? Can't they do like the rescues and write it into the adoption contract so the dog can get to be much older before they spay?