Santa Rosa County Animal Services (SRCAS) continues to have an urgent need for the community to adopt or foster dogs as the shelter remains at critical capacity. The shelter is in the process of performing intake on more than 70 additional dogs from a special case involving a community member in Santa Rosa County who became overwhelmed.
A large intake of more than 70 dogs is currently underway. There is a continued need for fosters and adopters at the Santa Rosa County Animal Shelter. Submitted photo
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