The Grimes County Animal Rescue continues their mission to rehome animals at the shelter.
President of the rescue, David Dobyanski, gave the quarterly report to the Grimes County Commissioners’ Court.
In his report, Dobyanski updated the court about the low cost spay/neuter clinic that was implemented in September.
Dobyanski also spoke about a condition known as “Kennel Shock,” a common occurrence in shelter dogs , and how fostering a dog can greatly increase the chances of adoption.
He also shared his own successful experience fostering a dog from the shelter.
Dobyanski gave details about what the shelter provides for fostering.
If you’re interested in adoption, fostering, volunteering, making monetary or supply donations, or any other programs, you can contact the Grimes County Animal Rescue at 936-306-5565, or visit https://www.grimescountyanimalrescue.com/