We're teaming up with El Paso Animal Services to highlight some of the amazing dogs that they have available for adoption right now. El Paso Animal Services is working hard to try and make El Paso a "no-kill" community and to achieve this goal, they need more families to open their hearts and homes to homeless animals at the shelter.

Every week, we're going to highlight a different dog, cat, or other types of animal currently at Animal Services who is in need of a forever home, and let you know a little more about our furry friend. We'll include their age, sex, which their personality is like, and why they would be the perfect addition to your family. You can use their Animal ID number to then contact Animal Services to find out more information on how you can adopt.

At the bottom of this article, you'll find a gallery of more animals that are currently at El Paso Animal Services are in need of adoption.

This week's Animal of the Week is Gronk! Get ready for a bundle of fun when you meet two-year-old Gronk, or as shelter staff calls him, the life of the party. Gronk loves attention and wants to be friends with everybody he meets. Gronk loves playing with energetic dogs like him and loves to play a good game of dog tag. After some good playtime, Gronk also enjoys just sitting in silence and enjoying your company. Gronk is the perfect dog for whatever your energy level is that day.

For more information on Gronk, reach out to the El Paso Animal Services adoption team at (915) 212-8705 or EPASadoptions@elpasotexas.gov and use reference number (A45379619).

The El Paso Animal Services Center is located at 5001 Fred Wilson Avenue but is currently closed due to the pandemic, offering programs and services virtually or by appointment. Animal adoptions are available by virtual, curbside, or in-person appointments and you can schedule an appointment now by calling (915) 212-8705 or visiting www.elpasoanimalservices.org/adopt. See more available animals now at the El Paso Animal Services website.

EP Animal Services Adoptable Dogs

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