Stacey & Mike's Happy News: Nations Largest No-Kill Rescue Shelter Opens

Macon County Kennels is the largest no-kill rescue shelter in the U.S. and just opened in Alabama to help combat a pet overpopulation there, which is a full on crisis.

It was renovated from an old greyhound training center into a facility that has the capacity to save, rehabilitate, and adopt out up to 5,000 dogs per T

The idea is to service eight states including Florida, and to help dogs find new homes across America.

The 33-acre campus also includes work centers for several admirable programs, including one that unites veterans suffering from PTSD with abandoned service dogs, and a senior dog center that will pair pooches who’ve lost their elderly owners with other senior citizens looking for a new friend.

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