If he is your’s, please call 460-0296.
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Monticello Animal Clinic has announced that Lindsey Tooke will now be their groomer. Lindsey had a successful grooming business in Warren, and is joining our team. And we are excited to have her!
Lindsey is very patient and loving with the pet she grooms. She pays attention to detail, and does a great job at cutting your pet’s hair just how you want it done. She will be at our Monticello Clinic on Mondays and Thursdays.
This small dog was found near Lake Monticello.
He’s very friendly. Pplease call (870) 489-7982 to identify
Found in Cominto, female looks maybe like Catahoula mix
FOUND: Female dog found on Highway 138 E. near sawmill.
Please call or txt 479.879.0138. =
Lost Morky “Tanner” Male, 3 years old, neutered
Last seen at Midway Heights Trailer Park
A family has lost a chow dog. Its fur is red and its collar came off when she went missing.
Please call Brandon at 870-224-0429.
Puppy found around Bowser Rd area.
Can be reached by 870-224-5528
Small black male cat missing from 148 Pinewood (Country Club hill)
Last seen Thursday.
Answers to the name of Skider, call 870-367-6921
Older beagle found off of Barkada Road near Immanuel Baptist Church.
Please call to identify.
(318) 210 – 6039
Extremely friendly. Male. Roughly a year old. Medium sized dog. Was wearing a blue collar.
White with black spots in the undercoat, a large black spot on his right side in the overcoat, and a large black spot at the base of his tail. Will have a scar across his face in between his eyes about an inch below the eyes.
If you find this dog, have seen him (recently or not) or know where he is, please call Adam at 985-634-5180 or 985-634-5149.
Ruby Burton, leader of the local Humane Society, spoke to the Monticello City Council, Thursday night about the problem with pit bull dogs, and their care, inside of the Monticello city limits.
A child had her ankle broken and other injuries, less than a month ago, in an incident covered statewide TV.
Burton estimated that there are 400 -500 pit bulls in East End, with many of them being hid by their owners. She also mentioned a problem with pit bulls in the Indian Mounds area.
They recently decided to sell lemonade and cookies during their family’s yard sale to raise money for PAWS Animal Shelter.
The youngsters raised over $30, and would like to thank everyone who purchased and donated.
They sent an e-mail to MonticelloLive, and my family came and got me a couple of hours later.
Thanks to those nice folks and MLive, I’m back at home with my family.
Trae Milburn celebrated his 8th birthday, Friday night, by inviting his friends not to bring gifts for himself, but a bag of dog food to donate to a local animal rescue shelter! His goal was 5 lbs, but he was able to exceed that goal tremendously! (more…)
We all should remember our pets during hot weather.
Even healthy dogs can over-heat or become dehydrated. (more…)
Last week, the dog was reported for attacking a family on Binns Circle, but got away, before he could be caught, attacking a police officer, who couldn’t compromise the animal because of the surroundings.
Tuesday, this same dog was loose, scaring a group of children on Ross Ave.
Faulkner, a city employee, volunteered to crawl under a house to retrieve the animal, and take him to the city pound.
On a recent, hot June Friday afternoon, a “momma dog” and her litter of approximately 2 week old puppies, were dropped off inside the gate at the city’s trash transfer station, which also houses the city pound. (this is not an appropriate or responsible action to take with animals.)
One of the small puppies fell into a drain pipe in the area, and couldn’t get out. (more…)
Police responded and led the horse back to where it’s owner had recently moved from, and notified the parties involved.
Monticello Police Auxiliary Officer, Lynn Rowe, who is also a paramedic at SouthEast Emergency Services, is shown calming the large animal, before leading it back to it’s familiar area.
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