Detroit Dog Rescue say it’s running the first-no kill shelter in the city.
Executive director Kristina Rinaldi says between its shelter and foster programs, they can care for 40 to 60 dogs at a time.
"There's too many dogs that need our help,” Rinaldi says. “And there's residents out there that need our help as well.
“I mean, every day we get a call from a mother who can't get her child off of the school bus because there's a stray dog on her porch."