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Salem Dogs has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Salem, Oregon.
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Visit us at 3550 Aumsville Hwy SE in Salem. Lost dogs that are not claimed by their owners are available for adoption Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. We are actively seeking volunteers willing to assist with community outreach events, help walk, obedience train, bathe and/or play with the dogs at our shelter. Please contact Marion County Dog Shelter if you are interested in volunteering. See for more information on volunteering or to view an up-to-the-minute list of adoptable dogs. Marion County Dog Services is a division of Marion County Community Services Department. We rescue lost, abandoned and injured dogs, license dogs, and investigate dog nuisance complaints within Marion County. We house and care for these dogs at our shelter and offer dogs for adoption through the Marion County Dog Shelter. Visit our shelter Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm to view and meet our adoptable dogs. Our friendly adoption staff will help you find your perfect match. Our dogs are spayed/neutered, ID microchipped and vaccinated before going to their new home. An adoption also includes a free exam with participating local veterinarians, a starter bag of science diet dog food and $5.00 coupon for science diet dog food.Marion County Dog Shelter
Second Chance Salem has dogs and puppies for adoption. Adopt a pet in Salem, Oregon.
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SALEM -- A 24-year-old woman who runs a dog rescue group is accused of dozens of counts of animal neglect in what officials described Monday as one of the biggest neglect cases in its history.Marion County sheriff's officials arrested Alicia M. Inglish, of Salem, late Sunday on 120 accusations of second-degree animal neglect, a class B misdemeanor, and tampering with evidence.Sheriff's officials said additional arrests are expected.Inglish, who runs Willamette Animal Rescue, has been the subject of many previous complaints from people who adopted animals through her group. She is being held at the Marion County Jail on $300,000 bail. She is scheduled to appear in court this afternoon.
Inglish's animals were kept at a Brooks warehouse, which was raided by police late Sunday. Police described a harrowing scene: They encountered 149 dogs, some of them starving. Others' eyes were sealed shut with bodily fluids. Their cages weren't lined with bedding. As many as five dogs were kept in kennels designed for one. The stench was overwhelming. Waste ran down from one crate perched atop many others, to pool on the concrete floor.
Police said the animals lacked food. What little water was available was contaminated with garbage.
"This is so far and away from the perception of warmth and caring people expect in an animal shelter," said Sharon Harmon, executive director of the Oregon Humane Society. "This is just a tragic case of neglect."Photographs taken by police show hunched, emaciated dogs, with open sores on their snouts and bald patches on their dull coats. Multiple faces peek out of each small cat crate, stacked, as described by police, like cordwood. The animals represented a range of breeds and ages. Twenty-one deputies and volunteers worked overnight to care for the seized dogs.
Kris Otteman, veterinarian for the Oregon Humane Society, described the animals' condition as terrible. Officials said it was too soon to say whether the animals can be rehabilitated and adopted out. hopes haven, hopes haven dog rescue, rescue dogs, dog adoption, adoption, dog fostering, fostering, volunteer, volunteer dog rescue. salem, oregon
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Second Chance Salem is a small Salem, Oregon area dog rescue, serving all breeds. All of our dogs are treated for health and temperament, spayed/neutered, microchipped and up to date on all vaccinations. All of our animals are kept in families until their forever homes can be found. Placements will be made based on compatibility and the best interests of our dogs and adopters. SALEM. Ore. -- A bill introduced in the Oregon Senate would allow a tax credit of up to $100 for someone who adopts a dog or cat from an animal rescue facility.