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Williamson County Animal Control Department employee
Animal shelter grows to meet demand - Thursday, 08/18/05
"It looked like it would hold so much," Leddy said.
Shelter swamped with 230 seized pets - Saturday, 01/24/04
One dog died yesterday morning and another was rushed to an animal hospital.State law doesn't limit the number of animals a person can own, but it requires pet owners to properly care for the animals they have, Leddy said.
Williamson dog shelter overrun with gifts - Monday, 01/26/04
"The No. 1 question we're getting is when can we adopt," Leddy said.
Rabid skunk raises worries in east county - Thursday, 08/01/02
At least five dogs have had to be euthanized this year because they were not current on rabies shots.Leddy said this was only the second skunk to test positive for rabies in that area, but suspects there are many more unreported cases.The 11th skunk to test positive this year was found on Burke Hollow Road, between Trinity and Nolensville.The majority of rabid skunks have been found in the Spring Hill and Thompson's Station area."I've always thought there are just as many in" in the Nolensville/College Grove area, Leddy said."Because this area is more rural the skunks aren't as visible.In Thompson's Station there are more buildings and houses and the skunks can be seen easier."Because of the high number of rabid skunks reported in the county Animal Control will offer several rabies clinics in the coming months.Rabies clinics will be held on Aug. 31 at Fairview Middle School, Sept. 28 at the College Grove Senior Center and on Oct. 26 at Heritage Elementary School.
Cable week spotlights reading - Sunday, 10/06/02
9 a.m. Williamson County Schools Band Exhibition featuring the half- time shows of all our high school marching bands10:30 a.m. Brentwood Middle School ribbon-cutting1 p.m. Get Fit Step
Riverside Little League
Fellowship Bible Church
Atkins Kroll Inc
RWJ Rahway Foundation