A lot of people are happy that snow is in the possible forecast —but those who have been tasked with walking and taking care of dozens of dogs probably don’t fall into that camp. The cold and wet make it hard to care for pets in need.
In an effort to curb shelter numbers, the Washington County-Johnson City Animal Shelter will no longer accept animals after hours via the “drop box” system.
Like the abandoned animals housed there, the Washington County-Johnson City Animal Shelter needs help, both operationally and financially.
In an effort to give pets the best care possible and curb cat and dog overpopulation, the Washington County Animal Shelter has teamed up with the Washington County Humane Society to offer free vaccines, microchips and spay/neuter vouchers at a clinic this weekend.
Sometimes fries and a drink can go farther than you think.
Over the past few years, several animal activist groups have popped up over the region to give an unchained life to as many dogs as possible.
Ashley Block loved animals.
More than 3,100 animals were adopted from the Washington County/Johnson City Animal Shelter during its first full year in its new facility — with the fewest dogs euthanized since the facility has kept records.
There’s a chance members of the Animal Control Board met the new leaders of the Washington County-Johnson City Animal Shelter Saturday morning.