Dogs transported to no-kill shelters across state
HIALEAH, Fla. (WSVN) -- It's moving day for several South Florida dogs.
An organization working with Miami-Dade Animal Services, transported 25 dogs into no-kill shelters across several states on Friday, including South Carolina and across the Northeast.
Some of these dogs have homes already waiting for them.
Dogs on the Move works with rescues and no-kill shelters across the nation to find the pets new homes.
"These pets are homeless for one reason or another," said Miami-Dade Animal Services' Melissa Sorokin. "There's a million stories as to why, so they need a second chance at life."
Miami-Dade Animal Service receives more than 30,000 unwanted pets per year and is the most populated animal shelter in the country.
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