Parvo Case Closes Warner Robins Animal Control | News
Warner Robins Animal Control has been temporarily closed due to a parvo case, according to a press release late Thursday.
It will reopen Wednesday, August 15.
The animals currently housed at the facility will be quarantined and observed until it reopens. The building will be closed to the public.
Adoptions and animal intake will resume once the building has reopened, the press release says.
Animal Control officers will be responding to calls for service involving vicious and injured animals during the quarantine.