What’s hot in the city you live in?
You’re about to be amazed by the things you can do in your home.
There’s always something new to do, something you can’t wait to get started with.
But what you might not know about your neighborhood is that it is also a hot spot for dogs.
According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, more than 20 percent of all dogs in America are killed every year in shelters.
Many of those dogs are not even adopted, but instead end up in shelters and euthanized.
In fact, one in five of the pets in shelters are abandoned, which makes the city of Athens one of the country’s most dog-friendly cities.
There are also a number of pet-friendly neighborhoods, such as Riverfront Park, which has the city’s highest percentage of pets adopted and adopts.
A recent study conducted by the ASPCA and The American Veterinary Medical Association found that dog owners in New York City, Philadelphia, Boston and Chicago are more likely to be adopted than their peers in the rest of the U.S.
The number of dog-related deaths in the United States has increased by 50 percent over the last five years.
According to the ASPA, dog-owners are dying at twice the rate of their non-dog-related counterparts.
In some cases, the numbers are even higher.
In addition, over a third of all pets euthanize in shelters, the ASPAA found.
The ASPCA says these statistics highlight the fact that pet ownership can make a big difference for the health and well-being of a pet.
While some of these issues can be avoided, some can be exacerbated, the group points out.
If you’re interested in adopting a dog or need help finding a pet for a special occasion, the American Veterinary Association’s Animal Advocacy Program can help.