Urban Real Estate

Join us for Urban's Furever Home Pet Adoption Event

Join us for Urban's Furever Home Pet Adoption Event

Join Urban Real Estate for its first-ever "Urban Furever Home Pet Adoption Event", with partner One Tail  At A Time Dog Rescue, a no-kill, all-breed dog rescue, on Sunday, Aug. 26, from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. The New Eastside real estate brokerage will be hosting the event on the first floor of its office at 400 E. Randolph Street.

 
“With our business focused on human clients, we thought we should take the opportunity to welcome
some new four-legged neighbors to our great community — dogs who need help finding their ‘furever’
home,” said Michael Emery, senior partner at Urban Real Estate. “We are proud to embark on this
endeavor with One Tail At A Time, rescuing more than 550 dogs a year from Chicago and across the
country.”
 
The Bucktown-based dog rescue offers vaccine clinics and supports the Chicagoland Rescue and
Intervention Support Program shelter diversion program. They are also working on a soon-to-be
implemented isolation clinic for dogs who need special care, offering bustling adoption and foster
programs.
 
Jennifer Rogers, adoption counselor with One Tail At A Time, relies on the dedication of the group’s
volunteers, foster and adoption families to help bring these dogs to Chicago’s best homes. “We take pride
in bringing together good homes and our beloved dogs, and the joy each brings to one another makes our
work worth the effort.”
 
Serious adoption applicants can pre-apply at OneTail.org prior to the event, or visit its Bucktown location
during business hours.
 
“Neighbors can plan on coming to the Urban event to meet a few of the dogs that we will have available
for adoption, as well as learn more about how to get involved,” Rogers said.
 
The Urban event will include prizes, surprises, and refreshments for adults and our four-legged neighbors,
so head on down with your children and dogs to say hello, and learn more about One Tail.
 
For more information, call us at (312) 528-9200, or visit One Tail At A Time to learn more about pet adoption and fostering.