Friday, February 22, 2013

Smyth Co. Animal Shelter
Smyth county animal shelter says distemper is the reason they are not taking in any animals or adopting them out at this time. They are currently testing the animals for the disease the causes flu-like symptoms. The state veterinarian ordered testing done. They say pets that have not been vaccinated against the disease are highly likely to catch it. Those who come in contact with it can actually transmit it to pets at home. They are checking to see if the animals at the shelter can be treated. It could be several days until they are able to reopen for drop offs and adoptions (CC)

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