Morning Hope: How you can help Dallas Animal Services give pets a great future

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DALLAS - Dallas Animal Services and Adoption Center cares for about 32,000 animals each year. The agency provides a safe, compassionate, and healthy place for pups and more until they can find their forever home.

The shelter welcomes different animals -- for a variety of reasons -- that later can go through an easy adoption process. And YOU can even take it a step further by fostering.

"Fostering is huge. A lot of these animals just need an opportunity to either decompress or recover from an injury; it helps them get back up and get adopted to a great family. If you can foster, that is just as important, Dallas Animal Services and Adoption Center's Ryan Rogers said. "If you can't adopt or foster a pet, then something as simple as going by and walking a dog can make a difference."

The shelter is looking for volunteers who can get the dogs out of their cage and get them moving around, giving them a little more playtime and exercise.

For more information about Dallas Animal Services and Adoption Center, or to see the pets up for adoption, visit or check out their Facebook page.


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