CLEVELAND — On the last day of Browns Training Camp, the Browns Puppy Pound announced its total adoptions that took place during the 15 open practices.
Since the first open practice on July 25, 135 puppies have been adopted at the Puppy Pound.
The annual event gives fans the opportunity to meet local puppies in need of forever homes.
Since the Puppy Pound’s launch in 2015, a total of 495 puppies have been adopted.
The Northeast Ohio Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals said that this event is always a big hit because everyone wants a puppy, but it also helps them at their shelter in Parma.
While the cuteness of a puppy draws in the attention of fans, many people don’t have the time for a puppy but are still looking for a furry companion.
The Puppy Pound provides the community with information on the Northeast Ohio SPCA and draws many into the Parma shelter to adopt an adult dog that requires less effort than a puppy.
As of Wednesday, the Northeast Ohio SPCA has around 20 dogs available to be adopted with more being brought in Thursday, so even though Browns Training Camp and the Browns Puppy Pound has wrapped up for the year, you can still adopt an animal in need.
To see the adoptable pets at the Northeast Ohio SPCA, click here.