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- Albany is popular among travelers with pets like you. Travelers with four-legged friends continue to visit the region to have fun. Don't miss your opportunity to discover it for yourself!?

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NEW SCOTLAND — A Rotterdam woman told sheriff's investigators Friday that she'd been living with her dead pets inside a feces-covered home for months before the bank foreclosed on the property, the Albany County Sheriff's Office said.

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Ads | Pets |  - Albany Democrat-Herald A dog requires a license in the City of Albany when it has reached 4 months of age. You will need a certificate of rabies vaccination that your veterinarian can easily supply to you at the time of vaccination. While rare in California, rabies is a fatal disease that can spread to humans and other pets. It is the responsibility of the pet owner to ensure that pets are vaccinated against rabies at all times. Talk to your veterinarian to establish a vaccination schedule for your pet and make sure you stick to it. Among other things, the license is proof that your pet has been inoculated.

Pets / Animals - Albany Housing Authority News

Turn your trip into a family getaway by booking a stay at one of the pet-friendly hotels in Albany for you and your furry kids. No more sending them to pet hotels or leaving them home alone to run amok in the house. Albany pet-friendly hotels are perfect for weekend escapes with your pooch, kitty, bird, or fish. These accommodations not only welcome your pets, but they offer many services to help make your stay more relaxing. Things like on-site grooming and complimentary dog walking are some of the amenities provided. In most cases, you’ll also be near outdoor spaces like dog parks if you both need some exercise, as well as pet-friendly restaurants.

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We presently provide housing and love for animals of Dougherty County, as well as the city of Albany. We accept pets turned in by concerned citizens, as well as pets surrendered by their owners. Our future goals include the reduction of pet overpopulation, pet education, pet therapy, and cruelty investigations. We are striving to get the public involved and educating citizens in responsible pet ownership. The Albany Area Humane Society's shelter houses many animals including cats, dogs, rabbits, and the occasional goat, pig, and horse. We welcome any support you can give: donations of supplies, such as blankets, towels, bleach, cat litter, toys, and treats, donations of time, and monetary donations are always welcomed and appreciated.
Call us at (229) 888-PETS to give.