Animal Shelter cleared from canine quarantine

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The Benton County Animal Shelter resumed dog adoptions on Monday after a quarantine that ceased operations from July 1. The quarantine was the result of surrendered canines spreading kennel cough. Normal business resumed on July 15 with full cages for both dogs and cats.

Families can add a spayed or neutered and vaccinated cat to their home for only $10, while a cat that still needs to be altered is specially priced at $45. For dogs, already altered canines are only $20 and those needing spay or neutering are on special for $65.

Shelter Director Sharon Nields said there are so many excellent pets available immediately that residents surely can find a match for their family. The shelter, located at 915 Divider and Natchez Trace Rd. in Camden, is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Check out some available animals on the shelter’s Facebook page.

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