Marshall County trying to put leash on animal control
Marshall County officials are struggling to reform county animal control record-keeping and reporting practices, which do not comply with auditing standards and state regulations.
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Animal-welfare group plans spay-neuter clinic
A volunteer group that’s already helping homebound seniors–by providing food for their pets–wants to open a local clinic to offer more services for an elderly person’s best friend. St. Seton’s Orphaned Animals started in Stafford County 11 years ago as an animal rescue group. Over the years, its mission has grown to include a partnership with the Rappahannock Area Agency on Aging….
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