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Greenfield animal shelter puts out urgent plea for dog adoptions

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The shelter mentioned they do not need to flip to euthanasia, however it’s an choice if they can not open up some area.

GREENFIELD, Ind. — A central Indiana animal shelter is placing out a plea for assist as they start to run out of area.

Greenfield-Hancock County Animal Management posted the urgent name for pet adoptions on Facebook Monday morning. The shelter mentioned they’re struggling for area and wish folks to undertake the canine to free some room.

“We have so many animals which were right here for a very long time. Dogs are actually beginning to go kennel loopy. We are pleading for your assist with getting animals out of the shelter,” the publish learn.

Shelter officers mentioned they pleasure themselves on being an open admission shelter with a low euthanasia fee, however mentioned with out adoptions to free some room for incoming canine, it might be an choice they should think about.

“We are at some extent that we’re busting on the seams right here and haven’t a single cage open. We have a wait record of individuals needing to carry animals in and we get extra calls every day so as to add to that record. We are attempting and we’re spent. We DO NOT need to euthanize for area however that’s what we’re if we do not get some adoptions going out of right here,” the publish continued.

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Posted by Greenfield- Hancock Animal Management on Monday, November 15, 2021

The shelter requested individuals who might decide up a stray dog to carry to the shelter not to try this except they will care for the pet at their very own dwelling. It requested folks with “area at dwelling and in your coronary heart to undertake” to go to the shelter to see the canine. 

“We are a brief home for them, however you might be their and our final hope,” the publish concluded.

In one other publish, the shelter shared a video of the canine at the moment at their facility at 2195 W. U.S. 40, west of Greenfield.