Two dogs stolen from Fulton animal shelter
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Staff at Garrett Animal Shelter, Fulton’s city-run animal control center, reported two dogs stolen from its outdoor pen Monday.
Tina Barnes, animal control supervisor, said two male Jack Russell Terrier mixes were taken from the shelter sometime between 10:30-11 a.m., while Garrett staff were out responding to a call.
Barnes said the unneutered males were picked up as strays about a week and a half ago. She described dogs as possibly father and son, both with similar black and white coloring. The older of the two dogs had gray around its muzzle and a distinctive ringworm-like spot above its shoulder, and both wore leather collars.
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