More than 50 dogs are getting a second chance at life thanks to Rochester-based non-profit Operation Freedom Ride.

Volunteers have returned from a trip to Georgia with 51 dogs from high-kill shelters. This is the fourth big trip the group has made.

"It really makes you have a purpose and gives us all joy,” said adoption coordinator Kayla Feeney. “Every dog you place motivates you to help the next dog, too."

The dogs will be in local foster homes for the next two weeks before getting placed on Operation Freedom Ride's website to be adopted.