All Animal Advocates' dogs are in rehabilitation at this time and are not ready to be rehomed. AAS seldom gets "easy-to-place" dogs. Our dogs tend to be large, unsocialised, damaged dogs. To rehome them in that state is to betray them, because if they harm a person or another dog they may be seized and destroyed. Those dogs often have to be looked after for the rest of their lives by AAS.
Some of our dogs are elderly or unwell. They are not desirable and so they too tend to be looked after by AAS for the rest of their lives where we know that all their substantial vet bills will be paid without hesitation.