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“Look for signs of swelling between toes and for redness or necrotic tissue. Look for separation of the skin at the hoof wall. Most cases of foot rot will have a foul spelling odor, and the foot may feel warm to the touch.” — Dr. Barry Whitworth, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension veterinarian and food animal quality and health specialist

Emma is a 4-month-old red tick coonhound mix ready for adoption from Enid Animal Control. This sweet gal has got some spunk and needs someone …

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"I believe in order for Oklahoma to become no-kill we are going to have to work together within the communities that surround us to help them to get there, too." — Vicki Grantz, executive director, SPCA

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Adoption rates have increased at the Pittsburg County Animal Shelter. More importantly, the number of animals the shelter has to kill has decreased.