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Archive for the ‘Pets’ Category

Lost Pet on Old 13

Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

A0C10EBB-6C4F-4826-8DC8-1F96502E50C5A black lab around 11 years old is missing from Old  hwy 13.

Her name is Macey and she had on a red collar. She is very friendly but shy.

870-818-5626 or 870-818-2898.

8th Graders Learn to Sew (Dog Blankets)

Thursday, November 30th, 2017

7F17C24F-6EC1-4D54-988F-9CCCAA46EEF68th grade Family and Consumer Science students at Monticello Middle School learned how to sew recently.

They sewed simple fleece blankets and donated them to 2nd Chance for Dogs for the upcoming cold months.

Quorum Court, 6 PM, Tonight

Monday, November 20th, 2017

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Chances are the topic that will draw the most interest will be the “voluntary tax” to support the spaying, neutering, care and housing of dogs, and possibly cats.

As it was described at the last couple of meetings, the decision must be made at this meeting, to be included on the next election ballot.

Dr. Doug Mullins Joining Monticello Animal Clinic

Friday, September 29th, 2017


Dr. Doug Mullins will move his practice to Monticello Animal Clinic, Monday. (more…)

Pet Feret Found near UAM

Friday, September 8th, 2017

IMG_3323Someone found a ferret on UAM campus this morning.

It is now at O’Fallon Veterinary Service, 1054 Hwy 425 South or call 870-367-5242.

City Council Hears Vicious Dog Ordinance, but Takes No Action

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

Mickey & FriendTuesday evening at their regularly scheduled monthly meeting, the Monticello City Council reviewed an ordinance that would establish guidelines for owning and controlling dangerous dogs in the City.

The ordinance would not ban any specific breed from the city. It would, however provide requirements for owners of Pit Bulls that go beyond the requirements for owners of other dog breeds.

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Humane Society Leader Addresses City Council about Pit Bulls – Edited

Friday, December 21st, 2012

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.

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Protecting Pets from Heat

Sunday, July 3rd, 2011

Hot weather can present a danger to humans, but outdoor pets, particularly dogs, are also at risk, according to the Humane Society.

We all should remember our pets during hot weather.

Even healthy dogs can over-heat or become dehydrated. (more…)

Classic Story–Fire Dept. Rescues Puppy

Friday, July 10th, 2009

draw-puppyThis is the classic feel good story, but it is also true.

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…)

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