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Puppies are on a lot of children's Christmas list this year and a lot of puppies in shelters are hoping they end up under the tree with a new home.
Thanks to a group a veterinarian students at Mississippi State University.
Those wishes will come true for some lucky kids more than a thousand miles away -- but -- becoming.
If it's a really great Christmas present at 18 cash the homeward bound program saves dogs from overcrowded shelters in Mississippi.
And connects into nearly empty shelters and several northeastern states.
Yeah I mean so many dog we find is wandering the -- so there's there's a big overflow here.
That there -- their shelters are almost empty.
In Rochester New York -- in Charlotte Templeton and got an early Christmas present when their parents surprise them with their new dog from down south.
Is glasses hair really hate him it's better than Mac and the pistons fan and they're both in the last -- she sat.
Will her get her I don't I.
About every six weeks volunteers -- their weekends transporting a trailer full of puppies to Virginia.
-- shelters from Connecticut New Hampshire New York moved him to pick up he's lucky -- The homeward bound project has been taking dogs from Mississippi to the northeast since 2007.
In those five years they've saved more than 3000 dogs.
It is several waiting to see one of our -- in their new home people love them.
So much and genetic these guys had -- chance and now they've -- and casting comes.
In stark -- Mississippi.
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