Parvo outbreak temporarily closes Warner Robins Animal Control facility

WARNER ROBINS -- An incident of a contagious virus among dogs known as parvo has temporarily closed the Warner Robins Animal Control facility.

All shelter animals are quarantined until the facility reopens, a Warner Robins police news release stated.

Adoptions and animal intake are expected to resume once the shelter is back in operation, the release stated.

Animal control officers will continue to respond to service calls related to vicious and injured animals during the quarantine, the release stated.

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