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  • This male, Bulldog mix was picked up in Morganton October 16. He has a short, white coat with orange spots. He is very well behaved. View him using intake number 295-20. He is shown with Animal Control Manager John Drullinger.
    This male, Bulldog mix was picked up in Morganton October 16. He has a short, white coat with orange spots. He is very well behaved. View him using intake number 295-20. He is shown with Animal Control Manager John Drullinger.
  • This male, Hound mix is an owner surrender who was left October 19. He has a light brown coat with patches of white. He’s a sweetie. View him using intake number 299-20.
    This male, Hound mix is an owner surrender who was left October 19. He has a light brown coat with patches of white. He’s a sweetie. View him using intake number 299-20.
  • This female, Bulldog mix was picked up on Highway 2 in Epworth October 10. She has a short, black coat with white mittens. She’s a good girl. View her using intake number 290-20.
    This female, Bulldog mix was picked up on Highway 2 in Epworth October 10. She has a short, black coat with white mittens. She’s a good girl. View her using intake number 290-20.
  • This male, Fiest mix was picked up in Cashes Valley in Epworth. He has a white coat with dark, brindle patches. He’s sure to keep a smile on one’s face. View him using intake number 266-20.
    This male, Fiest mix was picked up in Cashes Valley in Epworth. He has a white coat with dark, brindle patches. He’s sure to keep a smile on one’s face. View him using intake number 266-20.
  • The Humane Society of Blue Ridge cat of the week is Nod. He is 18 months old and has the most luxurious white-as-snow coat. Nod is social and playful. He gets along with other cats but would be happiest as the only feline in the household. Nod is neutered, microchipped and current on his rabies vaccination. Contact the Adoption Center at 706-632-4357 to set up a visit with Nod.
    The Humane Society of Blue Ridge cat of the week is Nod. He is 18 months old and has the most luxurious white-as-snow coat. Nod is social and playful. He gets along with other cats but would be happiest as the only feline in the household. Nod is neutered, microchipped and current on his rabies vaccination. Contact the Adoption Center at 706-632-4357 to set up a visit with Nod.
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The big, Bulldog mix shown with Fannin County Animal Control Manager John Drullinger is this week’s featured pooch of the week!

This guy is large and in charge and would make a great companion.

He has a short, white coat with orange spots.

He was picked up in Morganton October 16.

Interested in adding this guy to the family? Call Animal Control at 706-632-3845, and use his intake number 295-20.

Please keep in mind that all dogs taken to Animal Control are housed at the facility until reclaimed or adopted.

This past week, officers brought in five dogs with three reclaimed and none adopted.

Homeward Bound Pet Rescue took two dogs, iWag Rescue took one and Hero Rescue took one.

Volunteers are welcome to visit, walk and play with dogs at the facility during business hours.

Proper identification on pets is encouraged to prevent dogs being picked up.

The Animal Control facility is open to the public Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon.

After those hours, officers follow up on community concerns and respond to stray calls.

More information on any of the dogs at the facility is available by giving them a call.

Animal Control is located at 1001 Fannin Industrial Park in Blue Ridge.