Chris Huff, left, Arlington Animal Services manager, with volunteers Steven Kunkel and Andrea Schulte and one of the dogs up for adoption in the adoption center’s new exercise area. The animal shelter received a $78,000 grant from the Arlington Tomorrow Foundation to expand an outdoor activities area for the dogs, as well as for shade structures and a photography booth.
Chris Huff, left, Arlington Animal Services manager, with volunteers Steven Kunkel and Andrea Schulte and one of the dogs up for adoption in the adoption center’s new exercise area. The animal shelter received a $78,000 grant from the Arlington Tomorrow Foundation to expand an outdoor activities area for the dogs, as well as for shade structures and a photography booth. Willis Knight Special to the Star-Telegram
Chris Huff, left, Arlington Animal Services manager, with volunteers Steven Kunkel and Andrea Schulte and one of the dogs up for adoption in the adoption center’s new exercise area. The animal shelter received a $78,000 grant from the Arlington Tomorrow Foundation to expand an outdoor activities area for the dogs, as well as for shade structures and a photography booth. Willis Knight Special to the Star-Telegram

Arlington animal shelter gets upgrades thanks to grant

January 16, 2015 03:59 PM

UPDATED January 22, 2015 12:27 PM

More Videos

  • TCU coach Gary Patterson: Shawn Robinson 'doesn't have to be Superman'

    The Horned Frogs head coach discussed his approach to Shawn Robinson's start against Texas Tech, the first by a true freshman quarterback at TCU since 1999.