By Nicole Montesano • Staff Writer • 

Sheriff engages public on dog control

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Comments

bonnybedlam

I said it before and I'll keep saying it. Why doesn't county set up a computer network so the vets, who already have the rabies info, can "register" the dogs? Every vet in Yamhill County could access it and contact the owner, saving time and trouble on every side. When I find a stray dog with a vet issued rabies tag, that's how I get them home. Saves me the trouble of talking dog control into accepting the dog, and the owner the expense of getting it back.

Lulu

Dog owners are being ignored.

Bill B

It's not only the dog owners but the public at large. Do we really want the police to be corralling up stray dogs or interceding in dog bites/attacks? Is the county that strapped for funds that they can not afford a couple of animal control officers. Bonny, I like your idea.

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