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Reader Opinion: HART needs your help

HART is very happy to announce that the dog adoption room is open again after a nearly 4 week quarantine shut down. All the dogs that survived the exposure to the Canine Influenza are healthy and ready for new homes. These wonderful dogs have bee...

HART is very happy to announce that the dog adoption room is open again after a nearly 4 week quarantine shut down. All the dogs that survived the exposure to the Canine Influenza are healthy and ready for new homes. These wonderful dogs have been so patient and understanding during this trying time. But now are getting very anxious for that forever home.

Due to the fact that HART had no income from adoptions or surrenders during this time the financial picture is not real good. HART has received donations to help sustain through this trying time and we are very thankful to everyone for helping. But the bigger picture is we still need donations to catch up on the bills that keep coming in. The medication to treat the sick dogs also took a toll on the already tight budget.

If you can help out with a donation at this time that would be so helpful. HART relies on caring folks like you to help take care of these unwanted, abandoned animals. You can send a donation to: HART 15494 Dellwood Dr., Brainerd, MN 56401, drop off a donation at the shelter or donate online at hartpets.org. We also can do credit/debit card donations over the phone.

Again thank you for caring. Stop by and adopt one of these great dogs if you can.

Donna Wambeke

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HART Executive Director

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