Hood County Animal Control is staging a free pet adoption along with an open house today from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the facility just west of Granbury off of Highway 377 and Coke Court, at 240 Bray St.
Hood County Sheriff’s Office Captain A.T. Vines said that the public is invited to the open house.
Free refreshments will be available.
Animal Control’s new on-site manager, Sergeant Kelly McNab, took over on Monday for Charles Monroe, who took a job elsewhere.
Members of the Hood County Animal Lovers Organization (HALO) and the Brazos Animal Resource Connection (BARC) will be manning booths out front during the event.
A low-cost vaccination area will also be set up during the open house, Vines said.
HALO volunteers will also have their own adoption day Saturday, but at a different site.
It will be from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at Dog Tired on North Houston Street on the downtown square, in the former location of Rinky Tink’s.
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