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Greenhill closes kennel until April 6 due to virus
Greenhill Humane Society A humane society is a group that aims to stop animal suffering due to cruelty or other reasons. Examples
Examples of humane societies include: The Humane Society of the United States, Peninsula Humane Society, American Humane which was founded in 1877 as a network of said Wednesday it has closed the kennel until April 6 to prevent spreading the Parvovirus parvovirus (pär'vōvī`rəs), any of several small DNA viruses that cause several diseases in animals, including humans. In humans, parvoviruses cause fifth disease, or erythema infectiosum, an acute disease usually affecting young disease after a dog transferred from another shelter tested positive for the condition.
The shelter won't allow any visitors or new dogs until the quarantine period has ended.
The virus cannot be spread to other species and Greenhill encourages people to continue to visit their cattery cattery
a housing facility for cats; usually for boarding or breeding. and small animal room.
Parvovirus, a contagious virus spread through traces of fecal matter, causes vomiting, diarrhea and severe dehydration. Vaccinations are highly effective.
Missing Eugene woman found, then arrested
Search and rescue crews found a Eugene woman Wednesday who had gone missing after wandering away from a Douglas County Douglas County is the name of twelve counties in the United States:
Douglas County sheriff's crews located Christina Ann Frazier, 35, uninjured about 10:20 a.m. off Steamboat Creek Steamboat Creek may refer to:
Watercraft propelled by steam; more narrowly, a shallow-draft paddle-wheel steamboat widely used on rivers in the 19th century, particularly the Mississippi River and its tributaries. . She was arrested on a Lane County warrant for probation violation and was being held in the Douglas County Jail.
Ronald Woody, 51, of Roseburg reported Frazier missing Tuesday. He told deputies that he first met Frazier on Monday at the Pilot truck stop in Rice Hill and she agreed to go camping with him about 13 miles up Steamboat Creek Road. He told deputies that shortly after they arrived, Frazier said she needed to go to the bathroom and walked into some nearby bushes. She never returned.
Woody searched for her, spent the night, then drove to Roseburg to report her missing. But he didn't know the woman's name, deputies said. After she was located, Frazier told deputies she didn't want to be with Woody any more so she started walking and got lost.
- From Register-Guard and news service reports