Monday, September 19, 2011

Distemper Outbreak In Louisville, KY Has Changed The Rules

With an outbreak of distemper going on at the Louisville Metro Animal Services their new director Justin Scally has come up with not just plan B he went on to Plan C.

I will have to say that with all these plans the dogs will have a better chance due to the three different shelters where the dogs will be placed.

Justin Scally Said: We're having to operate three facilities basically at this point, which isn't necessarily what we want to do, but it's what we feel is responsible for the animals at Louisville Metro.

After reading about some of these animal shelter that haven't really been caring for the dogs which I won't go into and then to read about this animal shelter sure makes a difference. With their main concern on how the outbreak started and to protect the other dogs is a really good idea with the local help. So hopefully they will find the cause and these dogs will make it though this so that they will be able to find a new home.

Read the article by Adam Walser here.

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