In Orange County, Florida, the Orange County Animal Services are asking for the help of animal advocates to adopt a pup after 100 dogs were impounded including 27 small dogs from one woman, reports WeshNews.
On Wednesday evening, an older woman realized she was no longer able to care for her dogs and surrendered 27 small dogs and puppies. According to authorities, the dogs seemed to be in good health. Many of the kennels in the shelters are currently housing multiple dogs and the shelter is nearly full. “We are in need of anyone who is ready to take on the responsibility of owning a pet to visit the shelter and adopt,” announced Animal Services.
During the month of April, the Orange County Animal Services will be waiving adoption fees for pets who have been surrendered. Each adoption includes spaying or neutering, initial vaccinations, microchip identification, deworming, a heartworm or FLV/FIV test, rabies vaccination and an adoption welcome kit. There are many breeds to choose from and find your next best friend. Check out some of the glamour shots of adoptable dogs on the organization’s Facebook page.
The shelter is located at 2769 Conroy Road, Orlando. Click here for more information about adoptions and to fill out an application.
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