Some people from the Topeka area will have a new friend around the house to help celebrate Memorial Day.
The local group, Saving Death Row Dogs, celebrated its second anniversary Saturday at Topeka West High School with a carnival and pet adoption event.
Dozens of rescued and sheltered dogs were available for adoption.
“There’s just nothing better than taking a dog that might be actually even put to sleep in the next day or so and finding a home,” said Jan Price, Co-Director of Saving Death Row Dogs.
Price also said during the last two years, the program has found homes for more than 400 pups in need.
Originally posted here: Dog adoption group celebrates anniversary – KSNT.com – News, Weather, Sports – Topeka, Kansas.