Anchorage, Alaska — The Alaska Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is trying to find homes for its remaining dogs before closing the adoption center. Three dogs remain at the center-- Dew, Honey and Larry. SPCA officials say they're hoping to keep Honey and Larry together.
The adoption coordinator says the dogs have come a long way since they were first taken in and now they need a lot of love and care at a permanent home.
"We don't want them just to go to any home, we want them to go to the best home possible," says adoption coordinator Shannon Basner.
The dilapidated building they've been living in has been used since 1955 and officials say they're concerned it's no longer safe for the animals.
For more information about the dogs and the adoption process, call Shannon Basner at (907) 230-6394.