Some furry friends at the Broome County Dog Shelter got a chance to stretch their legs and play outside of their cages with potential new owners.
The third annual open house at the shelter offered the opportunity for the public to visit and walk several adoptable dogs. Some of these cute canines even found themselves a new family by the end of the day.
"It's amazing because it just gives us more space to keep helping the animals in the community," said Kelly Conlon, manager of the shelter, "We've got people whoa re just waiting to get their dogs in here because they are moving or for whatever reason and it just gives us more space to help more dogs out."
The shelter currently houses 37 dogs. When dogs are adopted, new dogs are able to be admitted to the facility.
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