Pets

November 16, 2015 2:47 PM

Durham nonprofit leader wins national award for helping pets in poor neighborhoods

Coalition to Unchain Dogs focuses on one of Durham’s poorest neighborhoods

Volunteers build fences for chained dogs, who also get vet care

The group’s leader, Lori Hensley, just received the 2015 Henry Bergh Award from the ASPCA

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