Boyd County Kentucky Animal Shelter in Ashland, Kentucky
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Donations: All monetary donations are welcome and will go directly to our new animal heath and spay/neuter program. You may mail donations direct to the shelter, (Boyd County Animal shelter spay/neuter 1025 Bob McCullough Dr. Ashland KY 41102
TFL once again took us to the city of Ashland, KY and allowed us to work with Ashland Animal Rescue Fund. In their 2nd year in participating in Tour For Life, they surely show to us again that the size of your city doesn't matter as much as the size of you heart and passion for animals. After last year's successful TFL event the community was really looking forward to our arrival again. The staff and volunteers of AARF did a tremendous job of informing the public via social media and other outlets of the wonderfulness of the Tour For Life. Although the weather was a bit chilly, it wasn't enough to stop hordes of potential adopters to the Tour For Life event. In Partnering with AARF, Tour For Life was able to adopt 34 shelter pets are in new loving homes, and hopefully more in the days coming up.
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Boyd County Kentucky Animal Shelter is an animal shelter in Ashland, Kentucky. Contact Boyd County Kentucky Animal Shelter about adopting an animal that they shelter or foster care. So many animals in Ashland need a loving home. Consider adopting from Boyd County Kentucky Animal Shelter instead of buying one from a breeder or pet market.As children enter the playroom at the Kyova Mall in Ashland, they’re greeted by several furry felines, some eager to play, others a bit more hesitant of the excited youngsters and their grabby hands. It’s all part of the mall’s Reading to Cats program, which started as a way to help cats from the Boyd County Animal Shelter find a loving owner and give kids a reason to sit down and read during the summer break.Petland in Ashland, Ky, owned by long-time Petland franchisees Dwight and Cathy Burk, hosts the Greenup County Animal Shelter at least once a month. Recent flooding in the area forced many to surrender their pets to the shelter. Some of these pets were showcased at a Petland Ashland adoption event, all finding new homes that day.your location is PA but you speak like you are local to Ashland KY, and if you are in PA how would you be helping this group or one affiliated? how would you know anything about this incident. everyone likes to run off at the mouth but don't want to be upfront and honest about their involvement. What are proper measures? Really? Any dog can snap just like a human. Come on people. Be realistic! Stop acting like idiots! It can happen to anyone! It is sad and I hope she is okay, but it happens and can happen to anyone. It has nothing to do with proper measures, Boyd County animal shelter, nor individuals working at BCAS or AARF. Act like you have some sense!