Animal Control shelter in Montgomery County closes over COVID outbreak – Clarksville Now

By December 29, 2021 7:50 am

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW)– The pet sanctuary in Montgomery County has actually shut over a break out of COVID-19 amongst staff members.

Pet Care as well as Control (MCACC) will certainly be shut Wednesday, Dec. 29, via Saturday, Jan. 1, according to a press release from area spokesperson Michelle Newell.

“Several staff members from the sanctuary, which is currently seeking extra personnel, have actually been influenced by COVID-19,” Newell stated.

Pet Control is arranged to resume on Monday, Jan. 3.

MCACC will certainly reply to emergency situation calls just via Monday. This consists of police/fire/EMS aid, aggressive/dangerous canines, attack examinations, as well as sick/injured pets. Telephone calls will certainly be addressed, as well as every phone call will certainly be recorded and also placed in the system for MCACC to reply to when they can, the launch stated.

“As with at any time Animal Care and also Control is called for to shut, we have team that are caring for the pets in our center. We are additionally approving applications currently from individuals that want offering our area in behalf of the pets offered the sanctuary,” MCACC Director Dave Kaske stated in the launch.

For even more, most likely to the Montgomery County Animal Care and also Control web site.


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