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Homeward Bound Project receives new transfer vehicle

September 10, 2013

Co-founder Amy White, and Terri Snead, program coordinator for Homeward Bound, stand in front of the project's new transfer vehicle. The vehicle transports pets from shelters in the South to shelters in the Northeast where they are assured a home. Submitted photo

Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine's Homeward Bound Project of Mississippi has saved more than 3,200 dogs since it began in 2007, transporting puppies and dogs from shelters in the South to shelters in the Northeast where adoption was guaranteed. Recently, the program purchased a van to ease the process of transporting the animals.

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