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Animal Adoptions Slow In Winter

Rogers Shelter Running At Full Capacity

Posted: November 19, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Bud Norman, shelter manager, pets a pit bull on Thursday handled by Evelyn Collins, a volunteer. About 30 people volunteer at the shelter, Norman said.
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Bud Norman, shelter manager, pets a pit bull on Thursday handled by Evelyn Collins, a volunteer. About 30 people volunteer at the shelter, Norman said.

Adoptions at the Rogers Animal Shelter are traditionally slow as winter approaches. “People are busy with the holidays and don’t adopt as many animals,” said Bud Norman, shelter manager.

At A Glance

Pet Adoption

The Rogers Animal Shelter is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

It costs $61 to adopt a pet. This includes microchipping, vaccinations and worming, a free visit to the vet for a “wellness check” and spaying or neutering.

The shelter is at 2935 W. Oak St.

Source: Staff Report

Web Watch

Rogers Animal Shelter

For pet adoption information go to rogersarkansas.com/animalshelter.

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