Monday, June 5, 2017

NO DOGS TO BE EUTHANIZED AFTER DISTEMPER QUARANTINE

Great article by Mandy Catoe
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Thanks to Mandy Catoe for allowing us to share her 6/5/17 blog posting.

After an exhausting, month-long distemper crisis, the Lancaster County Animal Shelter is back in operation, and none of the 25 quarantined dogs will have to be euthanized, county officials said Friday.

“This is the whole reason we are here,” said a relieved shelter Director Alan Williams, who cannot recall his last day off. “We beat the odds.”


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