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Joan Stremmel

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Tournaments - The Links at Gettysburg

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Links Head Professional Jason Pandoli (Left), SPCA President Joan Stremmel (Center) and Assistant Professional T.J. Orban (Right) presenting a $2,580 donation to the Adams County SPCA from funds collected during The Links Leprechaun Open Tournaments.


The Links at Gettysburg

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*Links Head Professional Jason Pandoli (Left), SPCA President Joan Stremmel (Center)


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Adams County SPCA President Joan Stremmel holds one of the puppies who was reunited with their siblings Wednesday by their eight adoptive families.
Adams County SPCA President Joan Stremmel holds one of the puppies who was reunited with their siblings Wednesday by their eight adoptive families. Joan Stremmel, president of the SPCA and now Willow's owner, hosted the reunion at her 33-acre property on Brookeside Lane in Gettysburg. After adopting Willow in February, Stremmel immediately made an appointment for the then 9-month-old to be spayed. While waiting for Willow to gain enough weight to have the surgery, Stremmel learned at a doctor's appointment the dog was already pregnant. A week after the discovery, Willow went into labor. Ann Birey, a nurse who served with Stremmel on the SPCA board of directors, rushed to Stremmel's home to help deliver the litter. Willow struggled during the birth of her 12 puppies, three of whom needed to be resuscitated by Stremmel and Birey. Before the families packed up their respective puppies to head home, Stremmel told them she hoped they'd be able to do this again every year. "It's a miracle that they all lived," Stremmel said.


www.eveningsun.com

Adams County SPCA President Joan Stremmel holds one of the puppies who was reunited with their siblings Wednesday by their eight adoptive families. (THE EVENING SUN -- LILLIAN REED)
Joan Stremmel, president of the SPCA and now Willow's owner, hosted the reunion at her 33-acre property on Brookeside Lane in Gettysburg. After adopting Willow in February, Stremmel immediately made an appointment for the then 9-month-old to be spayed. While waiting for Willow to gain enough weight to have the surgery, Stremmel learned at a doctor's appointment the dog was already pregnant. A week after the discovery, Willow went into labor. Ann Birey, a nurse who served with Stremmel on the SPCA board of directors, rushed to Stremmel's home to help deliver the litter. Willow struggled during the birth of her 12 puppies, three of whom needed to be resuscitated by Stremmel and Birey. Before the families packed up their respective puppies to head home, Stremmel told them she hoped they'd be able to do this again every year. "It's a miracle that they all lived," Stremmel said.


www.eveningsun.com

"The shelter will be closed for a few days until we can be sure there is no spread of the disease," SPCA president Joan Stremmel said.
Stremmel said parvo is one of the risks the shelter runs by accepting stray dogs and cats. "We take in stray animals, and when you do that you set yourself up for infections and disease," she said.


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