Jun 20, 2013 10:03 PM by Alyse Rzemek
A little love and care is what one dog rescue and training place is trying to share with rescue dogs evacuated from the Black Forest fire, last week.
The "All Breed Rescue and Training" facility took in more than 40 animals.They had 38 dogs from Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region. Plus, took in 26 evacuated dogs, 6 evacuated cats, a bunny, and a Guinea Pig.
Executive Director, Lauren Fox with "all Breed Rescue and Training" says, many animals have started to go home, but some have lost their homes and their people-parents are working hard to find new accommodations.
The facility is trying to keep the animals in a stress free environment and asking the community to foster an animal, so the animals will have a nice place to stay until things get back to normal.
" These are special ones. We've seen over the past 8 days.. and many need a little more help behaviorally, that might not do so well in a shelter situation.. That is our mission is to help shelter dogs," Fox said.
You can help out and become a foster parent to a furry friend. " All Breed" offers training, crates, food and medical care... all for free! If you would like more information, just click here for the link.