These were among cases received recently by the Montgomery County Animal Services Division. For information, call 240-773-5054. That number provides recorded information on topics such as the Montgomery County Animal Shelter hours and location, adoption and licensing procedures, rabies clinics and low-cost neutering.
Dog accused of attack: Monarch Vista Dr., 13600 block, Germantown, Aug. 18. A resident reported that a neighbor’s German shepherd-type dog attacked the resident’s mixed breed dog, which required veterinary care for its injuries. The owner of the German shepherd denied recollection of the attack, or of the German shepherd having contact with another dog. The injured dog’s owner requested an affidavit to pursue the matter further. If the affidavit is returned, citations will be issued for the dog being loose and for unwanted contact, which carry fines of $100 and $500, respectively. The German shepherd could also be declared potentially dangerous.
Animal Welfare League of Montgomery County no-kill shelter
12 Park Ave.
6 to 8 p.m. Friday
Noon to 3 p.m. Saturday
6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday
Reduced fees for cat adoption: Cats and kittens will be available at the next open house of Friends of Montgomery County Animals at the following location. For information, visit www.fmca.org, call 301-977-4833 or visit facebook.com/fmcainfo.
20924 Frederick Rd.
2 to 5 p.m. Saturday
Montgomery County Humane Society: Dogs, cats and other pets will be available through the Montgomery County Humane Society at the following locations. To confirm the schedule, call 240-793-4201 or visit www.mchumane.org.
15622 Old Columbia Pike
Noon to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Montgomery County Humane Society seeks board members for the 2014-15 term. Interested applicants with experience in fundraising, capital campaigns, finance and governance should submit a letter of interest and résumé by Sept. 20 to Lisa Corbett, Montgomery County Humane Society, 14645 Rothgeb Dr., Rockville. 240-773-5973, www.mchumane.org or email@example.com.
— Compiled by Lisa M. Bolton