Pet theft is a felony as is dumping animals.
PLEASE, DON'T DUMP YOUR ANIMALS -
THEY CAN'T FEND FOR THEMSELVES.Dogs and cats are not disposable;
they are a lifelong commitment much like a child. If you are thinking of
adopting a dog, click on the link below to read some basic adopting guidelines.
10/20/17 - Lost is a 5 lb. White Female Maltese named Bella wearing a green collar. Lost in the Everett Lane area of Christian County. Please call 270-484-2233.
10/12/17 - Lost is a Female German Shepard/kelpie mix, about 35-40 lbs and went missing October 12. She broke off her leash and should still have her green camo collar on. Call Miranda at 270-350-6996.
10/23/17 - A Female Pit Bull showed up on our doorstep on Friday, October 20 at our home on Binns Mill Road, Hopkinsville. Please call 270-206-5244.
10/16/17 - Donkey found on the Cerulean Road (they have it fenced in to protect it) Call 270-235-5255 to claim.
10/16/17 - Found a Black Male Donkey on the Orten Road in Cerulean. Please call: Work: 270-886-5813, Home: 270-235-5277.
GIVE AWAY - ALL PETS LISTED MUST BE FREE -
WE DO NOT LIST PETS FOR SALE
FOR ADOPTION FROM THE TRIGG COUNTY HUMANE
SOCIETY, 4146 Canton Road in Cadiz (270-522-9548)
Donations are always appreciated.
Save your aluminum cans to help the Trigg County Humane Society. They will even pick them up! Money raised goes to help the animals with medical bills. Call Ramona at 522-9548.
REMINDER: The Trigg County Humane Society urges all pet owners to keep their pet's shots up to date, and put a collar and tags on your pets.
NOTE: If you cannot keep your pet for any reason, do the humane thing, call 522-9548, and the Trigg County Humane Society will find your pet a good home. Please do not drop them, as it is a felony! If you see someone drop an animal, get the license plate number, and call the sheriff's department.
Trigg County Humane Society
Ramona - 270-522-9548
Below is KY legislation requirements on Rabies vaccination. People often don't know KY requires Rabies vaccinations. Rabies is a very serious, fatal disease which can be transmitted through a bite. Vaccinating our pets is not only important to protect our pets, but to protect all people who come into contact with the pet. A bite from an unvaccinated pet becomes a serious and often complicated ordeal involving diagnostic labs and the public health department. The best, safest, legal, and most responsible thing for a pet owner is to get the vaccinations as described below.
The vaccination schedule for all dogs, cats, and ferrets shall be as follows:
1. All dogs, cats, and ferrets four (4) months of age and older shall be vaccinated against rabies.
2. Dogs, cats, and ferrets initially vaccinated shall be re-vaccinated one (1) year after the initial vaccination regardless of the type of vaccine used or age of the animal at the time of vaccination.
3. Thereafter the period of time required for re-vaccination shall be dependent upon the type of vaccine administered. The date of expiration shall be indicated on the vaccination certificate. The current re-vaccination recommendations of the National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians, Inc. may be utilized in determining expiration dates of vaccines.
********So, their first rabies vaccination is good for 1 year, then we use a 3 year rabies vaccine and will re-vaccinate every 3 years thereafter.************** We also recommend rabies vaccinations for horses as well.