More shelter dogs affected by Hurricane Harvey are now available for adoption in Delaware.
More than a dozen animals from Texas arrived in a truck Thursday morning at the Faithful Friends Society in Wilmington.
The first priority is to help larger dogs because there are so many that need a new home
Representatives from the shelter said they don't normally take large dogs from out of state because there's such a demand in state, but for the hurricane victims the need right now was to take big dogs.
Through Saturday it's only $10 to adopt a big dog at the Faithful Friends Animal Society.
The organization will also work with Florida shelters affected by Hurricane Irma.
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