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PACC extends limited dog consumption for another week

The Pima Animal Care Center is extending the limited admission of dogs for one week due to the increase in infectious diseases.

Limited admission has now been extended until June 16, a PACC press release said on Friday.

Meanwhile, PACC continues to herd animals into one section of the shelter.

A week ago, the PACC announced that the limited intake would last from June 3 to June 10 in hopes of managing the outbreak and preventing the spread, allowing a “clean break” between dogs exposed to the disease and incoming dogs.

The shelter will remain open for emergency admission, which includes animals in medical distress, which pose a risk to public safety and any situation involving injury to a human or animal.

Anyone who finds a stray animal that is injured, sick or poses a risk to public safety is asked to call the Animal Protection Services Dispatch Line at 520-724-5900 and press 4.

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Adoptions and foster services will also remain available for healthy dogs. PACC is offering anyone who brings a dog home this week free microchipping and canine vaccines for their home dogs.

For more information on PACC, adoptions, pet placement, or what to do if you find a stray animal, visit the shelter’s website.

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Jamie Donnelly covers the courts for the Arizona Daily Star. Contact her by email at jdonnelly@tucson.com


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