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VIDEO: CSU graduates rescue puppies

All Aboard Animal Rescue, an entirely CSU graduate run organization, rescues 30-40 dogs every single week from “high-kill” shelters in New Mexico.


They partner with the PetSmart on College and Harmony to host an adoption event every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

The dogs that are not adopted right away are placed in foster care for one week, right here in Fort Collins.

All Aboard provides the toys, kennels and treats, if you provide the love and the home.

“At least we can take care of these babies until they can get into a real time home,” Sandra Hunicutt, a puppy foster mom, said.

This animal rescue organization is always looking for new foster and adoptive families.

If you are interested in getting involved, check out their website here:

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