The SPCA Is Offering Free Pet Adoptions For Veterans In Erie County
If you're a veteran or active duty service member in Erie County and you've ever thought about adopting a pet, now is the time to do it!
According to WGRZ, The Erie County SPCA is offering free adoptions once again to service members (including active duty, reserves, honorably discharged, or service-disabled veterans) in Western New York to thank them for their service.
Don't miss out on this opportunity! The promotion is only on for a limited time. The free adoptions are available for 10 days from May 21-May 31st.
I've often said that adopting a dog is one of the best things our family has ever done. We adopted Gerti in October and it has been nothing but a positive experience. Ours came from a different organization, but the incredible companionship that she has provided (especially to my wife) has been immeasurable.
If you would like to see some of the dogs available at the Erie County SPCA, check them out here! Or call them at 716-875-7360 for more information. Happy adopting!
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