Stray Rescue is filled to capacity, special deal on dog adoptions

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-- It could be a serious crisis for stray animals in St. Louis. Stray Rescue, which now operates as the St. Louis city pound, says it's filled to capacity. The city says it has received an unprecedented amount of calls of abandoned dogs.

Stray Rescue has been responding. Founder Randy Grim even recently rescued a dog that has been shot in the face.

This holiday weekend, all dogs will be available for adoption at half the regular rate, just $50, at the shelter's Pine Street location in downtown St. Louis. That includes micro-chipping, spay or neutering, and follow up training.

Website: Stray Rescue of St. Louis

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