Animal rescue group needs help to save pound puppies

By REBECCA CHAISSON

Daily News Editor

Animal Relief Foundation (ARF) conducted a “jailbreak” at the Jennings pound over the weekend, pulling 10 dogs for rescue from the crowded facility. With that said, the non-profit organization is now asking for the public’s support in funding the venture so that the rescued animals can be placed in the perfect homes.

“We were called to the pound because of a dog in distress,” explained ARF member Donna Fontenot.  “A schnauzer, Bruce, had been hit by a car and was dragging both of its back legs, so one of our volunteers rushed the animal to the emergency vet clinic on Saturday.”

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