$10,000 trailer stolen from dog vetting nonprofit recovered

$10,000 trailer, supplies stolen from dog vetting nonprofit

A Rotta Love Plus is a nonprofit dedicated to re-homing rottweilers and pit bulls in Minnesota, and also spays, neuters and vaccinates dogs for families in need. On Saturday, the director showed up to their Golden Valley, Minn. parking lot to find their 10-by-6-foot trailer had been stolen. 

Good news! Trailer found

A Rotta Love Plus director Michelle Klatt left a message with Fox 9 Wednesday morning to say the supply trailer has been recovered, and all supplies appear to be intact. The thief took the trailer to an apartment complex, and security recognized the trailer from this news story. The trailer was towed and reunited with A Rotta Love Plus

Get Your Fix

The trailer and supplies are worth approximately $10,000 and are intended for their summer "Get Your Fix" spay, neuter, vaccination and microchip program where they spay and neuter about 25 dogs and put microchips in about 100 ensuring lost dogs find their way home.

"We're talking everything that we need to hold a fair -- tents and tables, microchips, needles, syringes, the cones to line up the dogs, the registration materials," Klatt said.

About the organization

A Rotta Love Plus helps owners who can't afford to have their dogs vetted at a traditional facility. You can support them by visiting http://www.arottalove.net.

"We have spayed and neutered over 1,000 dogs at no cost or low cost. We've vaccinated and microchipped over 2,000," Klatt said.

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