This Family Traveled Nearly 10,000 Miles to Help Shelter Pups Find Their Furever Homes

by Rachael Ray Show Staff 9:00 AM, December 6, 2016

Aired December 6, 2016

The Amos family came all the way from Australia with their blue truck (that looks like an adorable pup!) to help raise awareness for shelter dogs, and give them a fighting chance at getting adopted. The family realized how important first impressions are when it comes to dogs finding their furever homes, so they put their heads together and came up with an idea to help them look their best!

Inside the blue dog mobile that you can see in the video above, is a washing station where the pups get brushed and squeaky clean. They’re rolling up to shelters and events in 200 cities across all 50 states! Check out North Shore Animal League America’s website for information about how you can adopt a furry little friend of your own. Find out if the big blue dog is coming to your town, and learn how you can support the tour at


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