Dog Rescue Group Receives $20,000 Grant from Humane Society
Published August 3rd, 2013
ALACHUA COUNTY -- While shelters act as a home for dogs that have nowhere else to go, they often do not have the resources to treat those that come in badly injured. That's where one Gainesville non-profit comes in.
But Phoenix Animal Rescue faces its own challenges: thousand of dollars worth of medical bills every month.
TV20's Trent Kelly reports, Phoenix just got a little help of its own.
*** If you are interested in helping Phoenix Animal Rescue raise money towards the construction of their new Rescue Ranch, or are interested in becoming a foster parent to a dog, you can visit the group's website, or their Facebook page.
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