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The Stanislaus Animal Services Agency (SASA) in Modesto has been given a generous donation to adopt out 60 of our longest stay dogs for FREE.
With an overabundance of dogs in the shelter, a donor is stepping up to help by paying for 60 dog adoptions. All fees will be covered including spay/neuter, licensing, vaccinations, and microchipping. Just provide love and a forever home and you can receive a FREE adoption if you’re one of the first 60 adopters.
Dog abandonments are at a steep incline in California making SASA over capacity. With some of our amazing dogs having been in the shelter as much as 53 days and only a few adoptions a day occurring normally, this FREE adoption special is coming at a critical time. Citizens thinking about adding a dog to their family are urged to take advantage of this FREE adoption special and help get dogs out of the shelter and into homes.