GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. -- The Guilford County Animal Shelter is facing another fine, this time after its most recent inspection in September.
The state issued the shelter a $1,200 fine after six animals failed to have their rabies vaccination within the 15-day window.
The state reported, “violations occurred subsequent to the assessment of a civil penalty on July 26th for non-compliance with this regulation.”
In July, the shelter was fined for an animal that also didn’t have its rabies vaccination.
The shelter also received violations:
- Failing to provide continuous access to water to 14 dogs on September 21.
- Failing to separate dogs and cats being treated for communicable disease from other dogs and cats on September 21.
- Failing to obtain and follow a veterinarian’s written recommendations for correcting a disease problem lasting more than 30 days on September 21.
- Failing to have current copy of the AVMA Guidelines for the Euthanasia of Animals in the shelter’s euthanasia manual on September 21
- Failing to have current list of Certified Euthanasia Technicians and training records
- Failing to have a current euthanasia procedure to use in emergencies, after hours, holidays, and weekends in the shelter’s euthanasia manual on September 21
- Failing to have MSDS information sheet for Fatal Plus in the shelter’s euthanasia manual on September 21
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