Help save a dog!
August 20, 2013, 7:59 pm by From Staff Reports
Jacey Ferguson, animal control officer for the Marble Falls Police Department, said Tuesday that her kennel "is getting very full at this time, and I need to move some dogs.”
The city’s animal control department is not a no-kill facility, meaning the dogs cannot be held indefinitely.
Click on the picture to see a slideshow, in the order described below, of the dogs.
Some of the dogs available for adoption or transfer are:
(Photo 3) Cookie appears to be a female possible Cairn Terrier mix. She is very small and very affectionate. She appears to be house trained. She came in with a collar and looking well-brushed, but again, no one came looking for her.
(Photo 4) Daisy is a 4-year-old female Chihuahua min pin mix who was not reclaimed by her owner. She’s very shy and will do well in a quiet home
(Photo 5) Skip appears to be and adult male possible Jack Russell Basenji mix. He’s sweet and smart and loves to play ball and give kisses.
(Photo 6) Scruffy is a young sheep dog of types. He’s smart and seems to be kennel broken (he only goes to the bathroom outside). He is kennel protective with men, but once the door to his kennel is open he’s the sweetest boy.
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