Dallas’ most adept animal advocates hit the streets for rescue project

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Dallas' most adept animal advocates hit the streets for rescue project

Two sweet street dogs in Dallas are looking for homes. Photo by Street Dog Project Some of the most experienced folks in Dallas animal rescue have formed a new group dedicated to a most vulnerable category of pets: stray dogs on the street.

Called The Street Dog Project (TSDP), the group was formed in March 2016 by advocates adept at catching elusive dogs and finding them homes. In four months, they’ve saved 34 dogs, including 16 adults and 18 puppies.

TSDP consists of Rekka Melby, Nicole Bush, Sheli Steinert, Donna Duncan, and Jean-Paul "JP" Bonnelly, who’ve volunteered with rescue groups for decades.

Bonnelly first got involved in street dog rescue after helping catch a dog that made the news when it tied up traffic on LBJ Freeway. They were able to corner the dog, and the success of that rescue led to another: a dog that had been living on church property […]




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