Haltom City, Texas – August 10, 2022 – Highway Hounds is a non-profit foster-based dog and cat rescue based in Fort Worth. On Sunday, August 14, the rescue group will be at Tarrant Events Center in Haltom City holding an adoption event and dog show.
“We will have a lot of puppies from 12 weeks to about 4 months old,” said Susan “Tutti” Trammel, the founder of the organization. “We will also have a few of our older dogs, including Buster, a joyful 7-year-old Chihuahua, that are ready for adoption,” she added.
Families are encouraged to bring their rescue dogs to the event and participate in the dog show. Prizes will be given for a variety of categories including waggiest tail, cutest eyes and best trick.
Several vendors will be set up at the event, and beer and wine will be served. All dogs available for adoption are vaccinated and microchipped. Older dogs are spade or neutered.
For details on available dogs or the adoption process, contact the Susan at (817) 903-0833. To see pictures of available dogs, to learn about being a foster, or to donate, visit highwayhoundstx.org.
About Highway Hounds
Highway Hounds (highwayhoundstx.org) is a 501(c)3 non-profit foster-based animal rescue organization headquartered in Fort Worth. Highway Hounds bridges the gap between traditional shelters and no-kill rescues by providing transportation for dogs and cats from traditional shelters to no-kill rescues and by pulling dogs from traditional shelters and placing them with fosters in the Highway Hound’s organization.
About Tarrant Events Center
The Tarrant Events Center (TEC) is located at 5230 Denton Highway, off Loop 820, in Haltom City, Texas. With more than 5,000 square feet of indoor space and an acre of landscaped grounds, TEC is an ideal adult’s – and kid’s – party space rental. For more information, call Jennifer at (817) 996-3636 or visit Tarrant Events Center.