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      Welcome to the Humane Society of Faulkner County!


When: April 26th, 1-3pm

Where: Companions Spay and Neuter Clinic
              589 Hwy 65N, Springhill, AR

Our vaccine clinic offers vaccinations, heartworm testing, deworming, nail trims and more!!! No appointment necessary.

Visit www.CompanionsSpayandNeuter.com for more information.


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Fire-Dog  in need of a home...
Penny, formally known as "L2" is a shy female, but will come around in the right home. She is about 8 lbs and 4-5 years old. Gets along great with other dogs. 

Help pets in your community and make your tax deductible donation today! 
Help fight pet overpopulation by SPONSORING A SPAY OR NEUTER!  
You can sponsor part or all of the sterilization costs and it's tax deductible! 

Click here to Sponsor-A-Pet

Sponsor a spay or neuter today and help stop unwanted litters in Arkansas! 





Donate your time at Companions Spay and Neuter Clinic or Companions Thrift Store.

For more information regarding volunteer opportunities contact us at: fixingfaulknercounty@gmail.com.
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Dog Test Positive for Rabies in Conway
LOG CABIN DEMOCRAT 
The Arkansas Department of Health confirms that a dog has tested positive for rabies in Conway. 

ADH said the dog, which had not been vaccinated against rabies, had been living in someone’s backyard for six to seven months.

The dog was captured last week, and placed into a pet cage. A person was bitten by the dog before animal services arrived to take the animal, the health department said. The affected person has received preventive vaccines.

According to state law, all dogs and cats are required to be vaccinated against rabies by a licensed veterinarian. Vaccinations purchased over-the-counter and given by the owner are not considered valid, the health department states. Dogs or cats not vaccinated that are exposed to rabies are required to undergo a strict six-month quarantine or be euthanized. 

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April's Vaccine Clinic