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July 31, 2002
Ryan Carter Police continue to search for a local woman who allegedly violated a court order by keeping 86 dogs at the home where she was staying. Using a search warrant Friday, police seized the dogs -- mostly pit bulls -- from the home in the 100 block of West Linden Avenue owned by a relative of Pamela Miller. A previous charge against her of illegally operating a kennel was dropped in November 2000. Police found about 50 dogs inside crates in the home's living room.
NEWS
October 16, 2004
KENNEL ATTENDANT POSITION CONSIDERED WHAT HAPPENED The City Council decided to consider reinstating a kennel attendant position for the police department. WHAT IT MEANS The city may bring back a second kennel attendant position that had been eliminated from the city budget. The police department would like a second attendant because officials are dealing with a higher number of animals at the shelter that are staying there longer. The estimated cost for the position is $48,000.
NEWS
By CHARLES UNGER | July 22, 2006
If a kennel worker gets bitten, can that worker sue the dog owner or is that one of the risks you take when you sign up to work at a kennel? This incident took place in 2000 starring Marta Priebe as the kennel worker and Russell Nelson as the dog owner. Priebe worked at a kennel where Nelson took his dog. One day the dog mauled Priebe's foot and ankle causing nerve damage. Priebe's complaint alleges that Nelson never told her about his dog's violent tendencies. Nelson's dog was not a biting virgin, as it had previously attacked Nelson and one other man sending them both to the hospital.
FEATURES
February 15, 2006
BOOKER Booker is a 3-year-old male, tan colored Chihuahua who was recently abandoned in a dog carrier. He has a playful, fun-loving character and is anxiously awaiting human companionship. His identification number is 25776. If you are interested in adopting this dog, call the Burbank Animal Shelter to check on his availability by mentioning the ID number. If you would like to visit with Booker, ask the kennel attendant to show you the dog in kennel No. 12. The Burbank Animal Shelter is located at 1150 N. Victory Place, Burbank.
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NEWS
January 15, 2013
With all of this talk of cities banning the sale of mill-bred puppies at pet stores, it left me wondering what sort of reassurance I have when purchasing a pet. If I buy a dog with American Kennel Club (AKC) registration papers, does this guarantee the health or quality of the dog or ensure that the dog came from a reputable breeder - not a puppy mill? I made calls. I sent emails. I read articles. I've discovered the AKC does not guarantee the health or quality of the dog or ensure that the breeder is reputable.
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FEATURES
August 30, 2006
DAWSON Dawson is a 5-year-old male Shepard mix. He is a sweet and calm boy who loves to give kisses. He likes a good game of catch and is great on a leash. He has been a temporary resident at the shelter for a couple of weeks and is really looking forward to becoming a permanent member of a family. If you are interested in adopting Dawson, please call the Burbank Animal Shelter and check on his availability by mentioning his identification No. 29781. If you would like to visit Dawson, please ask the kennel attendant to take you to kennel No. 2. Adoption fees are $84 for dogs, which includes spay or neutering.
NEWS
By CHARLES UNGER | July 22, 2006
If a kennel worker gets bitten, can that worker sue the dog owner or is that one of the risks you take when you sign up to work at a kennel? This incident took place in 2000 starring Marta Priebe as the kennel worker and Russell Nelson as the dog owner. Priebe worked at a kennel where Nelson took his dog. One day the dog mauled Priebe's foot and ankle causing nerve damage. Priebe's complaint alleges that Nelson never told her about his dog's violent tendencies. Nelson's dog was not a biting virgin, as it had previously attacked Nelson and one other man sending them both to the hospital.
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