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Yes! Like most animal shelters, our staff encourages prospective owners to meet with any pets they are interested in adopting. That way, the owner and the pet can get an initial impression of one another.
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There are several other animal shelters in the area who may have found your lost pet. Also, make sure you check 24 Pet Connect and search in your area.
Yes! Our animals are always happy to meet new visitors, and any volunteer assistance goes a long way. Please reach out to us at 801-483-6024 to schedule your visit.
Rabies is an infectious viral disease that affects the nervous system of humans and other mammals. People get rabies from the bite of an animal with rabies.
Any wild mammals, including raccoons, skunks, foxes, coyotes or bats, can have rabies and transmit it to humans. It is also possible, but quite rare, for people to get rabies if infectious material from a rabid animal, such as saliva, gets directly into their eyes, nose, mouth or a wound.
If you see a wild animal that is acting strangely or appears to be ill, please immediately call our office at 801-483-6024 and report the location and details of the animal.