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As usual, had a great time emceeing the Raise Your Paws for Pets dinner last night to benefit the Circle of Friends Humane Society in Grand Forks. It's also great to see the event grown so much in the... Posted on 4/5/13 at 6:38 AM
Health Department also says 15 people should see their doctors Some 35 dogs that may have come into contact with a rabid dog in Grand Forks may have to be put down, according to recommendations released by the Board of Animal Health and other state and local agencies Saturday.
Circle of Friends executive director says it's the first such case in her 16 years with the Grand Forks animal shelter. The North Dakota Department of Health is asking anyone who may have been bitten by or exposed to the dogs’ saliva March 15-20 to call them at (800) 472-2180 or contact the Grand Forks Public Health Department at (701) 787-8100.
Two dogs have been euthanized at Grand Forks' Circle of Friends Humane Society after one of the dogs tested positive for rabies, officials said Wednesday. Officials also are asking people who may have come into contact with the animals between March 15 to March 20 to call the Grand Forks Public Health Department at (701) 787-8100.
"I would say that at least 75 percent of the calls we get in here are people wanting to bring a pet in." says Arlette Moen, Circle of Friends Humane Society executive director, in the new GrandForksHerald.com video, "Cats: A Status Report." "But that pet already has a home." Strays, she says, are their first priority.
UPDATED 10:50 A.M. Felines hold 2-to-1 edge over dogs There are about a half-dozen cats in cages in the reception area of the Circle of Friends Humane Society in Grand Forks. There’s another dozen in the front cat adoption room.
GF animal warden retires after 31 years, and he's definitely done dealing with skunks
Will Speaker, the Grand Forks Police Department's longtime animal control specialist, has encountered all manners of beasts, large and small, furry and scaly in the course of duty.
Circle of Friends Memorial Garden dedicated
A paw-shaped garden adorned with plaques in memory of pet cats and dogs was formally dedicated Thursday evening at the Circle of Friends Humane Society in Grand Forks.
Arlette Moen, executive director of the private nonprofit that also serves as the official pound for Grand Forks, said the approximately 60 cats and dogs are back in their cages. She and a dozen or more employees and volunteers had moved the animals into carriers after a fire in the ceiling was discovered about 6 p.m. Sunday. Larger dogs were leashed up, ready to be moved if needed.
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