Preston Hollow locals Lilia and Clay Hollis founded White Rock Dog Rescue in 1993 after seeing how many neighborhood dogs were abandoned and needed help. Now their efforts lead them to pair up with several dog-loving Dallas businesses to expand their reach.
“We want to help those dogs who have been abandoned to find their forever homes,” said Lilia Hollis. “We have a wonderful network of people who help us in our rescue efforts, and we place about 120 dogs per year in new homes. We invite you to come meet some of our furry friends.”
Founder of Studio 6 Fitness and Preston Hollow resident Elizabeth Lindberg (her dog Beaux pictured right) is also hosting a free community class called “Plank for Paws” to raise awareness of dogs needing homes. Sign-ups for the class are available online at https://studio6fitness.com.
Those adopting a pet will receive a free t-shirt. T-shirts will also be available for purchase for $40, and half of the proceeds will go to White Rock Dog Rescue.
In addition to the pet adoptions, Studio 6 Fitness will collect donations of dry, baked dog treats through the end of June.