About 60 puppies and adult dogs will be taken on a road trip in May, visiting an adoption fair in Connecticut with staff from the Hall County Animal Shelter. Last year, more than 350 animals found homes at the expo, and this year the shelter staff hopes to find homes for other dogs who are out of time at the shelter.
But to give these puppies and dogs a place at the adoption expo, which takes place May 1-3, they will need to be placed in foster homes in the interim. The shelter is seeking volunteers who are willing to foster a dog until April 29. The animals’ food and vet care will be provided by the Hall County Animal Shelter — all they need is a roof over their heads.
To volunteer or for more information, call veterinarian Dr. Meghan Seabolt at 770-531-6831 or e-mail.