Lost & Found
In 2013, nearly one-third of the dogs impounded by Chicago Animal Care & Control were euthanized, according to a Feb. 4 CACC report. No-kill shelters throughout the city—including Found Chicago, 4100 N. Rockwell St.— dedicate their time and often scant resources to ensure that number falls by rehabilitating and otherwise helping nameless or challenged dogs.
Found Chicago, a nonprofit, strives to meet the specific needs of each dog through individualized care and rehabilitation programs utilizing its 49 Kennels and three training/play rooms. Rescues that come to Found Chicago stay an average of three months before finding a permanent home.
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