Treatment Starts For Seized Dogs

Police Awaiting Veterinarian’s Report

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Posted: July 8, 2014

Michael Cunningham, Animal Rescue Corps public information officer, tends to a blind dog at the Page County Animal Shelter on Monday. The dog was seized with roughly 130 other dogs and four parrots when officials raided Millcreek Kennels, located at 1608 Mills Creek Crossroads in Page County, on Thursday. (Photos by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Several puppies play together after receiving veterinary care at the Page County Animal Shelter on Monday. The animals will eventually be sent to different rescue groups across the country so that one area isn’t saturated with rescue dogs, an official with Animal Rescue Corps said.
One of four parrots seized from a Page County kennel watches as workers from Animal Rescue Corps tend to the other animals at the Page County Animal Shelter on Monday.
Susan Lloyd, of Luray, a volunteer at the Page County Animal Shelter, socializes a rescued French bulldog on Monday. “I’m an animal person,” said Lloyd, who has two dogs and 10 cats.

STANLEY — As word spread through the community last Wednesday that a Page County kennel would be raided, Susan Lloyd knew she had to help.

On Thursday, the Page County Sheriff’s Office, with...



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