Exploring the Sanctuary’s nooks and crannies with four-legged friends

In Dogtown, group walks help dogs put their best paw forward when meeting potential adopters.
By Best Friends staff

Dogtown is an oasis of healing, love — and serious sniffing. It’s also a place where group walks are kind of a thing. What started out as a way to help dogs brush up on their social skills has become an opportunity to help shy dogs gain some self-confidence. Dogs like Johnny and Domineo can then put their best paw forward when meeting adopters.

After all, what could be better than a stroll around Best Friends Animal Sanctuary? Adding a friend or two (or more) just makes it that much more fun. Group walks have most definitely gone to the dogs!

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