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PLATTSBURGH | The City of Plattsburgh Common Council passed the recently updated “Dogs and Cats at Large” bill, introduced by Councilor Peter Ensel last month. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN | Two members of the Essex County Sheriff’s Office are being hailed for rescuing dogs described as neglected from a Mineville residence last week. Read more

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WARREN COUNTY | Glens Falls supervisor Claudia Braymer said the amount the county budgeted for animal control services from the Warren County SPCA doubled over the last three years and she doesn’t know what the county is getting for its dollar. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH — Counties statewide have been hustling this summer to assemble shared service panels. Read more

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To say it’s been an exciting time for current affairs is an understatement. Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN — Lawmakers approved a countywide dog tethering law on Tuesday. Read more

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I recently read the “Essex County Needs a Tethering Law” letter in your latest edition and was relieved to know that finally laws are being created to help protect the animals in our community. Read more

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In early 2015, the Essex County Animal Cruelty Task Force presented the Board of Supervisors with a comprehensive report on the state of animal cruelty in the county and a series of recommendations to address it... Read more

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ELIZABETHTOWN — Essex County’s controversial dog tethering local law proposal is back and headed for public hearing. Read more

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Town’s vet service likely to attend meeting in September to discuss concerns about adoption process and fines Read more

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Moriah has approved a new law aimed at curtailing issues such as loud barking, unleashed dogs and horse feces on roadways. Read more

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