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Posted on: August 27, 2014

Tulia Animal Control Officers Keeping Busy

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According to Public Information Officer, Shanae Thompson, “over the past six months, almost ninety-four dogs and cats were handled by the City of Tulia. We were fortunate to have adopted out over twenty-four of them, through adoption clinics held at Tractor Supply in Plainview.”

The City of Tulia benefits greatly from the partnership with Tractor Supply of Plainview and also receives donated food donated to the Tulia Animal Shelter. Thompson said, “We have received over 600 pounds of dog food in the last two months to help feed animals in our shelter. We value the partnership and plan to participate in more adoption clinics in the future.”

Due to the large number of animals the City of Tulia handles, citizens are urged to contact the Tulia Police Department if your pet is missing. Animal Control Officer Brandie Devine also encourages citizens to, “Check and recheck your fences to be sure that your pet stays within your property.” Devine also said that registering pets with Police Department is required by city ordinance and, “for only a dollar, you will receive a city tag that your animal will need to wear to help us identify the pet owner.”

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