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The Tampa Tribune: Family RV tour aims to save homeless dogs

From the bloggers at The Tampa Tribune.

The Amos family is passionate about the welfare of our nation’s four-legged friends.

Native Australians Anthony Amos, his wife, Rachel, and their three children, Isabella, 12, Austin, 11, and Aria, 10 — who’ve lived in Tampa since 2010 — are preparing to embark upon the Bathe to Save 18-month tour across the United States to raise awareness about the crucial need for animal adoption.

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals statistics show that 1.2 million dogs in animal shelters nationwide are euthanized every year. That equates to about one-third of all canines that are brought to the shelters.

To help cut down on those numbers, the family will travel via RV to more than 300 cities in 50 states with their Hydrodog fiberglass mobile grooming salon — shaped in the image of a big blue dog — in tow.

To read the full story by The Tampa Tribune, click here.

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