If you are in need of a pick me up today, then we have the perfect story for you. While it is not always ideal to cry, this is the sort of story that will have you crying the best kind of tears…tears of joy. Those of us who have taken the time and effort to adopt animals from shelters know just how difficult it can be for these abandoned creatures to find the forever home that they deserve.
There are a number of organizations that will do everything in their power to save these animals from an uncertain fate. Tracy’s Dog is located in San Antonio and they are responsible for the rescue of several animals. Founded in 2011, this is a non profit organization that works tirelessly to save dogs who are on the verge of being put to death by kill shelters in the area.
This video allows us to meet the people who run this awesome organization and get to know them a little bit better. When dogs are stranded at high kill shelters, the good people at Tracy’s Dogs transfer the animals to a new facility. Once they arrive, they are given the sort of tender loving care and rehab that they are sorely lacking.
A pre adoption process is conducted to make sure that they are ready to be given to their new families. This video offers viewers the chance to learn more about the background of this organization and how it got its start. Once Tracy’s Dogs received a number of responses from people around the country, the idea to create a mobile agency for dog adoption was implemented.
PetSmart is a partner and thanks to their assistance, there are now numerous spots for the pre-adoption meetups between the dogs and their prospective parents. This video is also designed to let people know about all of the good that they can do by adopting just one dog. Every dog that leaves the facility creates room for another one to be adopted and this is an important fact to remember.
To learn more about Tracy’s Dog and the excellent services that they provide, be sure to take a closer look at this awesome clip. This group does incredible work in the community and we are glad to see that someone is finally trying to stem the tide of senseless animal deaths that take place each year. In a country where over 1 million shelter dogs are euthanized, these animals need all the help they can get.