The Winnipeg Humane Society is holding a sale Friday, after getting 32 dogs coming into care in the last week alone. That's on top of the 63 dogs and 24 puppies it already had. 

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Tucker, 8 months old, has been at the WHS since January. He has done well with dogs and children, and needs a high attention home where he can get lots of walks and obedience classes. (Sara Calnek/CBC)

It's now making about half available for adoption, with the balance in foster care.

On Friday, the animal shelter was making it a bit easier for people to make the decision to adopt by offering adult dogs six months and older for $50.

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Lina is 10 months old. She needs a home without cats and would need to meet any dogs she'd be living with, but she is good with older kids. (Sara Calnek/CBC)

Puppies under six months were going for $150.

The Humane Society said the fee includes: neutering or spaying, vaccinations, a trial of pet plan insurance, and a two-week
health check up.

It said while the fees have been reduced, the adoption process is the same.