Save-A-Pet Raises Awareness for National Mutt Day

December 2 was National Mutt Day. National Mutt Day was created to raise awareness for mixed-breed dogs in shelters across the US, because mutts are the largest percentage of dogs that are euthanized at many shelters due to the popular demand of purebred puppies and "designer" dogs, which is a fancy term for "mutts"! National Mutt Day is a day for the public to recognize that the many mixed breeds at our shelters are just as beautiful and adoptable.

Chance, one of Save-A-Pet's many mutts, is a beautiful brown-and-white, mixed breed that is house trained, up-to-date on shots, and neutered. He is young and playful, especially with children! He is perfect in every way and is in desperate need of a loving home. Countless mutts around the U.S. are just like Chance and are waiting to be a part of affectionate, welcoming families.

Please stop by Save-A-Pet to meet Chance or any of our other wonderful companion animals that are available for adoption. If you can't adopt at this time, please consider a donation towards Chance's continued care.


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