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Where Do All the Dogs Really End Up?

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A very hot topic is swirling around the animal welfare community. We have a severe problem in this country when it comes to over population of canines. The amount of dogs being euthanized is down from years past, but we still have to address the amount of dogs that are being born and not enough homes to shelter them.  Shelters are pressured to have the animals leave alive from their building. The live release rate is something many of shelters strive for.  90% is the number they wish to achieve or higher. Of course we would like to see a 100% success rate, but highly doubt it, due to many dogs and not enough homes.  There is a fierce debate between whether a dog shoud leave the shelter alive,only to end up living in a cage 24/7. In the Rio Grande Valley in the South of Texas, we are seeing over 150+ dogs  living outside in the elements, with only a tarp to protect them from the winds and the rains of Mother Nature. These dogs are being pulled in large numbers from a rescue out of New York from shelters in the South of Texas. Due to pressure from serious animal adovcates, it appears that improvements are being done. Why did it take the voices of concerned animal lovers to do right for the animals?  

Join us on Wednesday March 18th from 6:30pm-8:30pm,EST (5:30-7:30pm, CST) 

Special guests will be:  

James Keno/Keno's Animal Sanctuary based in PA.  https://www.facebook.com/kenosanimalsanctuary/

Founder of GOFraudMe facebook page, Adrienne Gonzalez.  

https://www.facebook.com/GoFundMeGoFraudMe/

More guests to be confirmed. 

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