For some people, dogs and cats just aren't the right pet. Dogs can be big and barky and need constant attention. Cats can be aloof and you just never know what they are thinking. For some folks, pocket pets are just the right size and Daviess County Animal Care and Control has plenty of them to choose from.
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Currently, the shelter has a female guinea pig who is friendly and loves being held, a female lion-head mix rabbit, and four other rabbits. One is a black and white female, one is a rex female, one is a solid black female and they also have a brown male.
Rabbits have a $25 adoption fee. Includes spay/neuter. Guinea Pigs have a $15 adoption fee. To schedule an appointment to meet and greet your favorite pocket pet or pets, contact Daviess County Animal Care and Control.
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In an effort to inform the public on the types of invasive species that are known to be found in their state, the USDA offers a "Pest Tracker" on their website, where you simply click the name of your state from the drop-down menu provided to see pictures of the different insects and weeds, along with descriptions of the type of plant life they target and the damage they can do if they're not dealt with.