Local Dog Rescue, Path of Hope Rescue, is hosting a Volunteer Fair at Thornton Murphy Park on Saturday, July 24th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Rescue is looking for more volunteers to help with their mission of rescuing pregnant dogs and puppies from high kill shelters in Texas and transporting them to the Spokane area. The Volunteer Fair will be a chance to meet and ask questions of people involved in the Rescue.

There will be food, music and fun activities for you and your dog. Additional information can be found on our website at www.pathofhoperescue.com or on our Facebook.
The Rescue is looking for people with lots of different skills and talents ranging from a few hours a month to 10 hours a week to help with responsibilities like fostering, marketing, administration, team management and more.

Puppies are hard to find in local animal shelters and Path of Hope Rescue offers the Spokane and Pacific Northwest region an opportunity to rescue a puppy that would have otherwise been euthanized. Puppies are rescued from Texas, a state experiencing massive overpopulation, resulting in approximately 263 dogs being euthanized every day.

“The Spokane area has embraced our mission wholeheartedly. Last year we adopted over 400 mommas and puppies that would have been euthanized or were living as strays in Houston,” says Founder, Caitlin Knight. “And now we need to find the people to sustain that growth.”

About Path of Hope Rescue

Path of Hope Rescue is a pregnant dog and puppy Rescue operating out of Spokane,
Washington. Dogs are transported from Houston, Texas to Spokane, Washington where they are fostered and adopted out