Harrison County Animal Control finds several pets over Fourth of July weekend2 min read
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WBOY) — As numerous pet proprietors know, a lot of pets stop up managing absent on the Fourth of July out of anxiety of fireworks.
With lots of location off fireworks on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Harrison County Animal Manage has identified a number of animals that it is hoping to reunite with their proprietors.
Animal command posted the pets’ photos on Facebook in the hope of assisting to join them with their proprietors.
A person fluffy golden/tan-colored doggy was located on Raccoon Run Street in Missing Creek by the Harrison/Barbour County line. An additional canine, who seems to be at minimum aspect Beagle, was observed on Bluegrass Generate in Clarksburg. Animal Manage also identified an energetic black pet on Chestnut Avenue in Hepzibah. All three are male and all three will be manufactured adoptable on Tuesday, July 12 if they are not claimed initially.
Harrison County Animal Command also observed two cats on Alexander Avenue in Clarksburg. A person is grey with a faintly darker grey striped tail, and the other is grey with darker gray stripes and a white confront. Both of those have environmentally friendly eyes. Animal manage did not specify the sexes of the cats. They will also be out there for adoption on Tuesday, July 12 if they are not claimed very first.
On Friday, Animal Management posted that it located a doggy with a generally white coat and black places, which includes a huge one over one particular eye and ear, on Goose Operate in close proximity to Wallace. He will be adoptable on Monday, July 11 if he is not reclaimed initial.
All pet dogs need to have a recent 12 months tax tag to be reclaimed. Those people can be bought from the Harrison County Assessor’s Place of work at 301 W. Main St Clarksburg. Simply call 304-592-1876 to reclaim your animal.
If the animals are not reclaimed, Animal Management turns them about to the Harrison County Humane Culture so that it can aid their adoptions.