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By Douglas Sciorra

Last chance for “Nancy,” unwanted stray in the Town of Wellsville. Can you help ?

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This young female dog faces euthanisia due to harsh realities

By Andrew Harris

In case you haven’t heard, we are in the midst of a unwanted pet crisis. Every major shelter is at full capacity. Pet adoptions were at record levels during the pandemic and now that humans aren’t staying home, pet surrenders and abandonment are now at record levels.

With every shelter full, the sad reality is that unwanted animals will be “put to sleep” at record levels and we hope to help avoid the last resort.

This beautiful female husky-mix is about 18 months old and according to some of the folks who have been caring for her, very pleasant and good with kids. Nancy is also very thin, due to her previous circumstances and her sad confinement to a public kennel.

If you can help it would be great. Nancy needs a home and veterinary care. Email us today to find out how you can help financially or if you are interested bringing Nancy into her new home, contact the Town of Wellsville Dog Control Officer on Facebook, call or text 585-596-5379 Alma DCO Susan Hoagland-Merkwa. Financial assistance is available.

To help establish a fund at the Wellsville Veterinary Hospital that will focus on the needs of homeless animals like Nancy please send contributions to:

Wellsville Veterinary Hospital

Attention: Aggie’s Fund

2435 Stannards Road – 

Wellsville, NY 14895 

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