Middlebury rescue organization drops adoption fee to help get dogs permanent home

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — A Middlebury animal shelter is overcrowded. That’s why Brass City Rescue Alliance’s Jennifer Humphrey stopped by Good Morning Connecticut with her daughter, Jade to talk about how you can help them. Brass City Rescue Alliance

Jennifer says they have space for 16 dogs and right now they have 18. They have decided to lower the adoption fee for today only. The fee for large dogs is now down to $200 when it’s usually $385.

All adoption hopefuls must be pre-approved by the shelter to take home a dog. Watch the video above and meet Troy and Ivy who need forever homes.

You can apply online or go to the shelter in Middlebury and fill out an application. If you do apply online you can use the code “bully”.

For more information you can head to their website here.

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