CARROLLTON-As the dog days of summer roll into North Texas, why not spend it alongside a doggy of your own?
Operation Kindness is the oldest and largest no-kill shelter in North Texas.
This Fourth of July, the shelter is unleashing a promotional deal aimed at finding some four-legged fur balls a “fur-ever” friend.
“Many of the animals that are in this shelter, that get adopted would not have survived because they would of been euthanized somewhere else but we were able to save them with our medical care,” Jim Hanophy, CEO of Operation Kindness said.
The shelter is wagging off one-fourth off of all adoption costs. That’s right, the reduced pooch prices makes it more affordable to adopt one of these pound puppies.
The adoption fees cover vaccines, tests, collars and tags; a small price to pay to fetch a new home for Fido.
“I lost my dog a few weeks ago, and I’m lonely. I need another pet to take care of,” Cynthia Yarbrough said.
The Fourth of July deal will last until July 7th.