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Director

Center for Animal Protection
 
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Staff - Animal Rescue League of Boston
www.arlboston.org, 8 Nov 2014 [cached]
Director of the Center for Animal Protection: Lieutenant Alan Borgal, (617) 226-5613; aborgal@arlboston.org
Lieutenant Alan Borgal, ...
www.arlboston.org, 17 July 2013 [cached]
Lieutenant Alan Borgal, Director of the League's Center for Animal Protection, observed that, "the mare was in extreme pain and both horses had difficulty even getting to their water trough because of the mud."
The owner could not afford veterinary care for the horses and had no safe place that he could keep them, so he voluntarily surrendered the horses to the League. We knew we had to act fast to get the horses out of the farm so that Strawberry could receive the medical attention she so desperately needed.
Alan Borgal, director of law ...
www.sentinelandenterprise.com, 16 Aug 2007 [cached]
Alan Borgal, director of law enforcement at the Animal Rescue League of Boston, could not be reached Tuesday to clarify the legal requirement of appointing an animal control officer.
Authorities found "quite a menagerie" at ...
www.boston.com, 23 Aug 2012 [cached]
Authorities found "quite a menagerie" at the home, said Lieutenant Alan Borgal, director of the Center for Animal Protection at the Animal Rescue League. Officers seized four dogs, two goats, dozens of rabbits and domestic ducks, several quail and pheasants, a wild turkey, a Canadian goose gosling, a ram, a 3-month-old female calf, and four goldfish.
"We didn't leave anything," Borgal said. "Except for the fish, ... all of the animals we took from the property were living in terrible conditions."
He said Massachusetts residents are required to obtain propagation permits through the state's Division of Fisheries and Wildlife to keep turkeys, quail, pheasants, and Canadian geese.
"Those animals were illegal to possess," Borgal said.
Some animals were in the house, while others were kept in a fenced yard at the 3 Indian Avenue home.
Two dogs had Lyme's disease, one had severe skin issues, and the fourth was emaciated, Borgal said. Many of the animals were covered in mites, lice, and parasites. The ram was not shaved and was clearly suffering in the heat, he said.
After the confiscation team removed the animals from "extremely unsanitary conditions," they were taken to foster homes in the area, Borgal said. Some were taken to a livestock rehabilitation center in Dedham, where they were tested for disease and tagged.
The animals will be held pending court proceedings, Borgal said.
Apartment found full of live, dead cats
www.metrowestdailynews.com, 18 Nov 2003 [cached]
Alan Borgal of the Animal Rescue League's law enforcement department told the Taunton Daily Gazette that the rescuers found no signs that the animals had been mutilated, only neglected and starved.
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