Local Sonic restaurant accepting orders for a good home
Posted on 3/14/2019 10:47:00 AM.


(Seguin) -- Sonic is ready to take your order for a new best friend.

Sonic on West Court Street will be teaming up with Seguin Animal Services to host this weekend's "Super Sonic Animal Adoption" event.

Andrea Mangold, of Seguin Animal Services, says dozens of available pets will be ready to take home.


"We will have a bunch of dogs there for adoption at a special event price of $50. We are hoping to get some of these awesome dogs homes and have people come out and visit and see them and find them some good homes. They have been in here waiting and patiently waiting to see some people," said Mangold.


Mangold says it's always special when animal services can team up with a community partner like Sonic. She says such opportunities also allow for the animal to go home with everything they need.


"You get everything. You get a spayed or neutered animal with its rabies vaccine, its DHPP vaccine, microchip, deworm, Capstar -- everything! Everything is done to the animal," said Mangold.


Finding extra room in your home for a pet will also be encouraging for veterans or active military as Mangold announces an even more special discount for these particular families.


"We do have a military adoption special. I can't say what it is because it is a surprise but anybody that is a military veteran or currently in the military, bring a copy of your military ID or your DD214 and come see what it is all about," said Mangold.


The Super Sonic Adoption event will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sonic located at 968 W. Court St.


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