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Lincoln County Humane Society seeks foster families during renovation

8:45 PM, May 6, 2013
The Lincoln County Humane Society is raising money to build a new facility. Later this month, it will be renovating the dog room in its current building to comply with state puppy mill laws.
The Lincoln County Humane Society is raising money to build a new facility. Later this month, it will be renovating the dog room in its current building to comply with state puppy mill laws.
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The Lincoln County Humane Society needs families to adopt cats and dogs temporarily as it renovates a section of its shelter to comply with state puppy mill laws.

The shelter will rebuild its dog room later this month to bring in larger kennels for the average 10 dogs it cares for each day, manager Liz Friedenfels said.

In order to comply with state laws, the shelter needs to have the new, larger kennels installed by June 28. The shelter's kennels currently are 17 square feet, and they need to be at least 22 square feet to comply with laws that were passed in an effort to crack down on unscrupulous dog ...

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