In Orlando, Florida, a shelter for doggos allows volunteers to help take care of a doggos that they could not take home. The program is called Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando’s Hound Around Town.
– A shelter in Orlando, Florida allows volunteers to take doggos out.
– The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando’s Hound Around Town program allows volunteers to spend at most two hours a day with a doggo.
– This helps doggos that remain no adopted at shelters because…
Accordingly, doggos can be “checked out” from the shelter for up to two hours in a day and seven days in a week. The dog must be back by 5 P.M. and volunteers may take doggos out for a hike or a day at the park. The program hopes to help shelter dogs without the need of having a long-term commitment because not all volunteers are willing to be foster dog moms or dads.
To qualify for the program, volunteers must first register with the shelter and watch a video before taking the doggo out. Dogs must always be on a leash and only approved Hound Around Town locations may be the places where doggos are taken to.
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