Saving Train brings dozens of dogs to the Rogue Valley

Medford, Ore. – More than 50 dogs are getting a second chance at life.

The Southern Oregon Humane Society received 45 small breed dogs and 6 medium breed dogs Wednesday morning from the Saving Train in Fresno.

The Saving Train works to bring animals from other shelters, particularly in northern California, to reduce shelter populations and decrease the euthanasia rate.

From terrier mixes to Chihuahua mixes and poodle mixes, there is a dog for anyone to love.

The Southern Oregon Humane Society said this Saving train load is twice as big as the usual ones.

If you’re interested in any of the dogs, head over to the humane society or check them out online at

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