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Shelly Duff has been an animal control officer with the Nampa Police Department for nine years. In that time, she’s seen about a dozen goats on the loose.
Edgar Beltrean, 10, of Nampa, looks at boxer/pit bull mix puppies April 17 at the Canyon County Animal Shelter in Caldwell.
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“I hope the animal shelter is headed in the right direction with these two resignations,” Nampa Mayor Bob Henry said in a written statement Tuesday. “I believe the leadership needed to change.” Edgar Beltrean, 10, of Nampa, looks at boxer/pit bull mix puppies April 17 at the Canyon County Animal Shelter in Caldwell.
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Last week, the Canyon County Animal Shelter Allies listed concerns surrounding the Canyon County Animal Shelter in a letter sent to Canyon County commissioners, and the Nampa and Caldwell city councils, as well as to the director of the Humane Society of the United States. It included accusations of mishandled euthanasia of animals, concerns over animal welfare and attitudes toward volunteers, according to the .The Humane Society is a nonprofit, overseen by an independent board, that runs the shelter in a county-owned building in Caldwell. Nampa, Caldwell and the county all contract with West Valley to house animals there.Shelter management has drawn prolonged fire from a community group in recent months, and both Canyon County and the city of Nampa announced last month that they expect to review the shelter’s financial records and consider an audit. About 30 people attended the county budget hearing Aug. 31, alleging mismanagement and inhumane treatment, and asking commissioners to take action against the nonprofit shelter’s leadership. Most were members of Bunny Project, mobilized after a dog named Bunny was euthanized at the shelter in February despite her owner’s efforts to find and recover her.The West Valley Humane Society animal shelter has drawn fire from a community group in recent months and now is expected to be audited by Canyon County and the city of Nampa.Patti Angeliz, of Valhalla Canine Rescue in Winlock (Lewis County), was contacted by Traveling Paws, an all-volunteer Northwest organization, Dec. 21 about interest in accepting Bear. When she agreed, she was contacted by Nampa shelter personnel and explained all details in the case.Shelter management has drawn prolonged fire from a community group in recent months, and both Canyon County and the city of Nampa announced last month they expect to review the shelter's financial records and consider an audit. About 30 people attended the county budget hearing Aug. 31, alleging mismanagement and inhumane treatment, and asking commissioners to take action against the nonprofit shelter’s leadership. Most were members of Bunny Project, mobilized by the death of a dog named Bunny who was euthanized at the shelter in April despite her owner’s efforts to find and recover her.