New puppies arrive at Cambria County Humane Society, from Texas

CAMBRIA COUNTY, Pennsylvania (WTAJ) – The Humane Society of Cambria County announced the arrival of six 14 week old Shepherd mixed breed puppies and eight 13 week old mixed breed puppies from Texas.

As part of the Freedom Rides of Texas, more than 30 dogs, including the puppies, will arrive at the humane society and be put up for adoption on Wednesday, July 21st.

Freedom Rides of Texas is a Houston-based program that transports dogs and cats to help alleviate pet overpopulation in the state. Freedom Rides works with animal shelters and emergency services across Texas to move the animals to the Northeast, Midwest, Pacific Northwest, and Canada.

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“Since we often don’t have any puppies under 6 months available for adoption, we have one
Opportunity to make a difference, ”said Executive Director Jessica Vamos in a press release.

Staff will follow the Humane Society of Cambria County’s standard puppy adoption process for these new furry friends. A limited number of applications are available immediately and will be processed upon receipt. Approved applicants will be contacted to schedule an appointment to meet with the available pups.

Puppies won’t be visible to the public yet, but updates on transportation can be found on the Humane Society’s Facebook page.

“We are able to alleviate the overpopulation in Texas, give our adoptive parents what they were looking for, and literally save the lives of these pups,” Vamos continued.

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Applications can be found on the Human Society website and can be submitted during the shelter’s opening hours.

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