A dog at the Rowan County K-9 Shelter watched as volunteers helped repair the facility near Morehead. The shelter sends some of its adoption candidates to northeastern states each week, where there is more of a need.
A dog at the Rowan County K-9 Shelter watched as volunteers helped repair the facility near Morehead. The shelter sends some of its adoption candidates to northeastern states each week, where there is more of a need.
A dog at the Rowan County K-9 Shelter watched as volunteers helped repair the facility near Morehead. The shelter sends some of its adoption candidates to northeastern states each week, where there is more of a need.

Rowan animal shelter gets a makeover; pets get chance at a new life

May 26, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED May 26, 2011 06:20 AM

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