2020 has gone to the dogs: Michigan Humane Society sees increase in adoptions
DETROIT – It has been a strange and difficult year for many humans -- but it has been a great year for dogs. “We have an incredible demand at all four of our centers,” Matt Pepper with the Michigan Humane Society said. “We are doing between 150 and 200 adoptions in a week at the facility.”The Michigan Humane Society is actually reaching out to other animal rescue leagues to import pets to be adopted out. Because of a noticeable reduction in unwanted dog pregnancies, there was already a decline in dogs coming into the shelters. The Michigan Humane Society currently has a zero euthanasia rate for adoptable pets.
Here’s how you can help pets during the health crisis
The Michigan Humane Society continues to play a critical role as an “essential service” to help pets and pet owners in the community. You can support the Michigan Humane Society by donating to keep the services going. If you are struggling and you have a pet, don’t hesitate to call the Michigan Humane Society. The Mike Morse Law Firm will pay the standard adoption fees for whoever adopts our Pet of the Week. The Mike Morse Law Firm also wants to help you if you need legal assistance.