Director Joe Barlow stands by the old, portable veterinarian clinic at the Jackson County Animal Shelter. The new one will be 70-foot by 40-foot and filled this year with surgical tables and equipment, and inviting entrance lobby, rooms for seeing animals and two air conditioned horse stalls in back.
Director Joe Barlow stands by the old, portable veterinarian clinic at the Jackson County Animal Shelter. The new one will be 70-foot by 40-foot and filled this year with surgical tables and equipment, and inviting entrance lobby, rooms for seeing animals and two air conditioned horse stalls in back. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com
Director Joe Barlow stands by the old, portable veterinarian clinic at the Jackson County Animal Shelter. The new one will be 70-foot by 40-foot and filled this year with surgical tables and equipment, and inviting entrance lobby, rooms for seeing animals and two air conditioned horse stalls in back. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com

It’s happening — Jackson County is investing over $1 million for its animal shelter

October 11, 2017 12:00 AM

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