Sunday, January 8, 2012

Putnam County FL: GSD....... please help

THE PUTNAM COUNTY AC IS VERY SMALL AND HAS VERY FEW EMPLOYEES, BUT IS RESCUE-FRIENDLY! THESE PRECIOUS ANIMALS NEED OUR HELP. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN RESCUING, FOSTERING OR ADOPTING ONE OR MORE OF THESE ANIMALS, PLEASE CONTACT CINDY AT 386-32...9-0399 OR VIA EMAIL AT cdampier@putnamsheriff.org. Shelter adoption hours are 1:00-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday . Please visit us personally to see all the wonderful animals currently housed at the shelter. If you are interested in adopting an animal please call 386-329-0399 -- If no one answers please leave a message and the shelter staff will return your call as soon as possible. Or, you may send an email to: Cindy Dampier cdampier@putnamsheriff.org . The Putnam County Animal Services shelter is located at 174 County Landfill Rd. Palatka FL 32177. Driving north on SR17 from Palatka, cross Rice Creek Bridge, turn left at the traffic light by the Crossroads Saloon and follow signs to the shelter. Driving south on SR17 from Green Cove Springs/Bostwick, turn right at the first traffic light and follow signs to the shelter. All animals that are adopted or rescued from Putnam County Animal Services are required by Florida Law to be spayed/neutered and to have a rabies vaccination. The cost at adoption is $55 for a male dog and $65 for a female dog, $40 for a male cat and $50 for a female cat. This includes the cost of spay/neuter, rabies vaccination and tag (non-residents will be required to register the animal and obtain a tag from their county of residence) and a $5 adoption fee. At the time of adoption, shelter staff will contact the veterinarian's office and schedule a surgery appointment. Your new pet will stay at the shelter until the day of surgery when an Animal Services officer will transport the animal to the vet. You will be able to pick up your new pet from the vet's office that same evening between 4:00 and 5:00 pm. All animal owners are encouraged to identify their pets with the owner's name and telephone number, rabies tag or micro chip. Animal Services does scan for chipped animals so if found we can reunite pet and owner.See More

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