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Thursday, April 25, 2024

Naperville Area Humane Society observes Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog Month

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Throughout October,  Naperville Area Humane Society (NAHS) will join the ASPCA in observance of  national Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog month with their “Barktoberfest” promotion. To commemorate the occasion, NAHS will reduce the adoption fees on all adult dogs and puppies.

“It’s a sad fact that approximately 8 to 12 million companion animals end up in shelters each year; there simply aren’t enough homes,” said Angie Wood, executive director of the Naperville Area Humane Society. “Celebrating adopt-a-shelter-dog month is a great way to highlight the wonderful dogs awaiting a second chance at a forever home.”

The local humane society  has dogs in all sizes, ages and activity levels. Whether individuals are looking for an exercise buddy or a lap dog,  they’re sure to find the ideal fit for at a local shelter.

NAHS’ Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog promotion will run from October 1-31.

During that time, the adoption fee for adult dogs is $100 (normally $200). The fee for puppies is $150 (normally $250). All dogs are up to date on vaccinations and have been tested for heartworm disease. They are also spayed or neutered and microchipped.

For more adoption information, visit www.NapervilleAreaHumaneSociety.org.

Naperville Area Humane Society is a private, not-for-profit organization founded in 1979 to develop and implement animal welfare programs and services within Naperville and surrounding communities. NAHS’ goal is to protect animals and to prevent animal suffering.

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