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Clackamas County Dog Services adoption viewing closed June 16-21 for shelter repairs

The Clackamas County Dog Shelter, part of the Animal Adoption and Education Center, will be closed June 16-21 for repair and refinishing of the floors. That means that people will not be able to view or visit with adoptable dogs during that week.

The administrative offices will be open as usual, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Saturday, for purchasing dog licenses, reclaiming lost dogs and other regular business. People will also be able to continue to view adoptable dogs online.

The Animal Adoption and Education Center is located at 13141 SE Highway 212 in Clackamas.

Dog Services Manager Diana Hallmark explains that the shelter repairs are needed in order to provide a safer floor surface for staff and dogs in the shelter, and to create two larger dog runs for larger dogs and/or dogs who benefit by being housed together.

Clackamas County Dog Services (CCDS) provides a wide variety of dog services including licensing; sick, injured and emergency dog rescue; pet protective custody, bite investigations, quarantine of dogs that have bitten and are not rabies vaccinated, inspection of dog kennels, obedience training classes, pet first aid classes and spay/neuter services.

More information about Clackamas County Dog Services: or, or call 503-655-8628.

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