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mimioac

Mimi (KA25) is a 1-2 year-old German Shepherd at Odessa Animal Control

Call 432-368-3527 or contact the volunteer networking group via the FB link below (NO harassing calls or messages directed at the staff or volunteers, please)

Friends of the Odessa Animal Control

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rattienuecescounty

Young, friendly and good with other dogs

Contact details if you can help – please DO NOT use this info to harass shelter staff or volunteers!

South Texas Area Shelter near Corpus Christi
FMI: 410-608-2195

Nueces County Dogs in Need of Rescue

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hunterfortworth

Urgent Animals of Fort Worth

*Fort Worth, TX – Current Status: CODE RED

Reason for URGENT: Upper Respiratory Infection

Animal ID: 34113501
Name: Hunter
Breed: Shepherd mix
Sex: Male
Age: 3 years
Weight: 60 lbs
Neutered
Heartworm Negative

Intake: 12/1
Found: 3900 blk Stanley 76110

Personality
Friendly

TAGGING INSTRUCTIONS: The above animal has been identified as URGENT. (S)he must be tagged by the stated time on the designated day (if one is listed) and picked up by close of business the next day. If you do not, your tag may become invalid.

DO NOT CALL THE SHELTER – calls are answered by an offsite call center.

Send your tag to: tag@urgentanimalsfw.com

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chowdallasa0971591

Dallas Dogs in Need of Transfer

ID# A0971591
Sex: Female
Approx. Age: 5 years
Approx. Weight: 45 pounds
Intake Date: 12/30/16
Review Date: 1/9/17
Issue: Wound on front left foot, appears to have vision issues

Petharbor link: http://www.petharbor.com/pet.asp?uaid=DLLS.A0971591

Rescues contact DASrescue@dallascityhall.com
Adopters contact the Adoptions Desk at 214-671-0249

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aussiesk37bigspring

Big Spring Animal Rescue

**THIS IS A VOLUNTEER RUN NETWORKING PAGE. WE ARE NOT THE SHELTER**

Big Spring, TX
Big Spring Animal SHELTER
M-F 1pm to 4pm
(432) 264-2372

Kennel 37
2 Male Aussie x Puppies
Age: 6 weeks
Available 1/11
Sweet, but very scared

Big Spring Animal Shelter
3605 East 11th Place
Big Spring, TX 79720
(432) 264-2372
M-F 1pm to 4pm

Big Spring Animal Control Office
@ Big Spring Police Department
3613 West HWY 80
(432) 264-2372
M-F 8am to 5pm

http://www.bigspringpd.net/index.php/animalcontrol

Adoption Fees range from $45 for puppies and kittens, to $60 to $85 for dogs and cats. Adoption fee includes rabies vaccine and microchip. Rescue pull fee is $20 per animal and includes rabies vaccine and microchip. Any additional vetting such as heartworm tests or distemper/parvo vaccine is the responsibility of the adopter or rescue.

TO TAG FOR RESCUE, YOU MUST EMAIL ANIMAL CONTROL. AC@BIGSPRINGPD.NET. You will also be required to provide proof of 501c3 status and fill out a rescue contract.

Puppies are vaccinated for distemper/parvo upon intake. Any additional vetting is the responsibility of the adopter or rescue.

There is no on staff veterinarian at this shelter. Animals ARE NOT spayed/neutered before leaving the facility. Adopters or rescues are responsible to have animals altered within 30 days or by 6 months of age per the animal control rescue/adoption contract.

The shelter DOES NOT arrange transport nor does it hold or board animals. For transport suggestions, please pm the Big Spring Animal Rescue page and we can TRY to assist or give suggestions. You WILL BE REQUIRED to have transport, pick up, or temp foster pre-arranged in order to adopt or tag for rescue.

Please, please, please DO NOT call animal control unless to inquire about an animal, to adopt or to tag. Calling to harass animal control, yell at the shelter worker or animal control officers does not help the animals nor our progressively improving relationship with the shelter. We understand your passion, but are trying so very hard to keep moving towards a positive goal.

For updated information about the progress made at the Big Spring Animal Shelter and future developments, please pm the Big Spring Animal Rescue page.

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