City Dog Pound getting better and better

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Dog Catcher Michael Andrews continues to progress at the city pound. The aldermen have allocated $ 5,000 for the maintenance of the pound, which is a first for our municipal government. Michael carefully spends the money to modernize the facility.

New fences, lights, feeders and beds have been installed. There are 10 enclosures available to house the dogs. Last year, behind the enclosures, there was nothing but thick cloth. Now the dogs have a tin wall.

As of Tuesday, several dogs were available for adoption. Two Great Danes had been recovered in the McNair Springs area. The dogs both showed signs of abuse, with one dog having exposed skin around the ankle.

The pound still needs dog food. If possible, bring a bag to the city works department between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The new beds now keep dogs off the ground.
Each gauge has its own light
With automatic feeders, the job of feeding dogs will take less time.

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