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Assessments Program Manager

Local Address: Seattle, Washington, United States
King County Assessor's Office
 
Background

Employment History

  • King County Animal Control Manager
    King County
  • Project Program Manager IV
    King County
  • Head of Animal Control Program
    King County
  • Administrator
    King County Animal Services
  • Assistant Manager
    King County Animal Services
  • Spokesman
    King County Animal Services
  • Acting Manager
    King County Animal Control Citizen
  • Acting Director
    King County Animal Control Citizen
  • Assistant Manager
    King County Animal Control Citizen
  • Position, Public Relations
    King County Parks Dept.
74 Total References
Web References
For number of bites occurring, the ...
www.animalsfirstfoundation.org, 7 Jan 2008 [cached]
For number of bites occurring, the smaller breeds of dogs have more," said Al Dams, head of King County's animal control program.
PRESS RELEASE: Pet Microchip Helps to Locate Pet Pooch Lost for Over One Year and 1,260 Miles Away From Home
www.prweb.com, 6 July 2004 [cached]
"This obviously shows the value of pet microchip identification," said Al Dams, an administrator for King County Animal Services, "We hope this nice story will be a reminder to all pet owners to have your pet licensed and microchipped.
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"This obviously shows the value of pet microchip identification," said Al Dams, an administrator for King County Animal Services, "We hope this nice story will be a reminder to all pet owners to have your pet licensed and microchipped.
:: King County Journal ::
www.kingcountyjournal.com, 15 Dec 2006 [cached]
The dog's owners could face criminal charges and a $1,000 fine, according to Al Dams, assistant manager for King County Animal Services.
"I am going to do everything to not give that dog back," Dams said."It's just a very serious case," one, he said, that could have "serious consequences" for the dog's owners.
kingcountyjournal.com - Pit pull that killed dog banned from county
www.kingcountyjournal.com, 13 Feb 2005 [cached]
The owner was assessed a $100 civil penalty, said Al Dams, a spokesman for King County Animal Services.
Darla, an approximately year old pit bull, has been impounded at the county's animal shelter in Kent since the attacks.
Dams said animal control officers also issued a removal order, meaning the owner may choose to place the animal with somebody in another county.However, animal control officers in that county must be notified in advance and may refuse to allow the dog in their county, Dams said.
The pit bull's owner also can choose to sign a release relinquishing ownership, and the dog will be euthanized, Dams said.
The owner also can appeal the ruling to the county's Board of Appeals, Dams said.
Animal control officers still are investigating and considering whether to file misdemeanor criminal charges against the dog's owner for maintaining a potentially vicious dog and for allowing her to escape, Dams said.
The pit bull escaped the yard of the owner's East Hill home and attacked two small dogs at a neighbor's home in the 21300 block of 103rd Place Southeast.Those dogs survived with minor injuries.
Another neighbor returned home to find his dog, a Pomeranian, with a severe neck wound where it had been bitten by the pit bull.The Pomeranian was put to sleep because of the injury, Dams said.
The pit bull's owner also faces claims and potential legal action from the other dog owners, Dams said.
Also denying the allegations in ...
www.nokillkingcounty.org, 8 June 2010 [cached]
Also denying the allegations in Winograd's report were KCACC acting manager Al Dams, and members of shelter staff.
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As part of the research for this effort, Bruskland and Al Dams, acting director of animal control, have agreed to speak with leaders of the national No Kill movement by phone next week.
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In response to concerns voiced by KCACC Acting Director Al Dams, Patterson emphasized that the save rates set by the legislation are targets, which the legislature would consider changing pending the recommendations of the Citizens' Advisory Committee.
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