Celebrate National Best Friends Day with WCRAS's Doggy Day Out program

Thursday is National Best Friends Day, so the Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter (WCRAS) is offering a chance to find a new furry best friend through its Doggy Day Out program.

The program is a day-foster opportunity, allowing people to take one of WCRAS's many dogs up for adoption or foster out for the day and see how it goes and if the pup is a good fit for them.

Buddy, formerly known as Pope, found his forever home through the program. WCRAS says that when his people took him on a Doggy Day Out after visiting him the day before, they fell in love.

His owners told WCRAS: "Doggy day out was perfect for us...Not only did we take him for a walk but we brought him home to our house. Buddy sure seemed to like it here, with a big backyard and a king-size bed. To this date, he still thinks it's his."

Buddy, formerly known as Pope, found his forever home through WCRAS's Doggy Day Out program.  (WCRAS)

The program runs daily from noon to 5:30 p.m.

Those interested in participating in the program can visit the shelter and pick up a shelter pup with a leash and some "adopt me" gear to help the dog. 

Participants must bring the dog back by 5:30 p.m., and if it turns out to be a good fit, they can then adopt.

For more information on the program, click here.