The Arizona Humane Society (AHS) is urging the public for help as its kennel space for dogs is in jeopardy. Currently, there is not enough adoption kennel space for the number of dogs awaiting their spay/neuter surgeries.

Each summer, it is not uncommon for AHS to take in upwards of 250 animals each day and this summer is off to a similar start. In addition to the sheer volume of animals entering shelters, is also the fact that as an open intake shelter AHS takes in animals regardless of breed, age or medical condition.

As such, AHS is often home to animals who need a little extra help finding their forever homes. Whether they have special requirement or are hopeful hearts, AHS offers a variety of adoption programs to help these animals in need.

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