While you are a great owner who cares for their pets and is now going to take them to one of the great dog parks in OKC, there are still lots of animals in Central Oklahoma who need care and a loving home. Since its founding in 2007, the nonprofit Central Oklahoma Humane Society has found homes for more than 14,000 cats and dogs. Equally important, they have spayed more than 60,000 pets (Bob Barker would be pumped about that).
As you can imagine, with numbers like that, the Central OK Humane Society needs as much help as it can get. The next time you want a new pet, consider adopting here. If you don’t have room for a new fuzzy friend, consider donating; every dollar helps OKC’s furry population.