Humane Educational Society Hosts Urgent Dog Adoption Event “Mission: Impawssible”

Humane Educational Society of Chattanooga has too many dogs. Their kennels are full, so they’re waiving adoption fees for all adult dogs this Friday and Saturday.

Apply for adoption or placement online to clear kennels and give these deserving dogs a forever home or a home they can thrive in until they are adopted.

Adoptions include neutering/sterilization, rabies vaccine, DAPPv and Bordetella vaccines, and microchipping.

“The kennels are totally full with more dogs arriving every day. We don’t want to turn away anyone who needs help. Placement and adoption really helps two dogs; the one you bring home and the one who needs immediate accommodation at the shelter,” says Executive Director Rebecca Bryan.

“Dog admissions haven’t increased much, but the demand for adoptions, rescue transports and adoptive dogs has decreased. A longer stay means fewer kennels available. The good news is that adopters and adopters come from the community we serve and can help be part of the solution.”

Apply for adoption at heschatt.org/dogs

Apply for a host family at heschatt.org/foster

The Humane Educational Society is an independent 501(c) animal shelter located in Chattanooga, TN. Approximately 4,500 homeless pets are served by HES each year. They provide animal protection services in Hamilton County, adoptions, community vaccination clinics, youth educational programs, volunteer and foster opportunities, and more.

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