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The Dan Cosgrove Animal Shelter has joined with The Sound/Zip06.com and photographer Kathryn Schauer Photography for the month of July to honor those who serve us in our communities by recognizing their work while also showcasing animals waiting for their forever home.
Meet Animal Control Officer Pam Medlyn. She has been working as an animal control officer for the towns of Branford and North Branford for 14 years. Medlyn says the favorite part of her job is rescuing animals and finding them their forever homes. Medlyn is pictured here with Callie, a young mixed-breed dog who is about nine months old. She likes other dogs and falls in love with her people very quickly. To meet Callie or any of the shelter’s adoptable dogs stop, by the Dan Cosgrove Animal Shelter.
The shelter thanks Medlyn and all of the Animal Control Officers and support staff who care for the homeless animals and keep our communities safe.
The Dan Cosgrove Animal Shelter, located at 749 East Main Street, Branford, serves the towns of Branford and North Branford. All of its dogs and cats have a wellness checkup; dogs and cats six months and older are spayed neutered and vaccinated before they are adopted. Cats are also tested for leukemia and AIDS and dogs are heartworm tested and microchipped. For information about adoption, donations, or volunteering, visit www.branfordanimalshelter.org or call Shelter Director Laura Burban at 203-315-4125 extension 198.
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