In an industry swirling with recalls and warnings, one dog food company seems to have found a way to distinguish itself. NEW YORK—Recent headlines linking certain types of dog foods to canine heart disease and other illnesses have made owners more attentive to and wary of what they feed their dogs. The result has been […]
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VERO BEACH— Founded in 1953, the Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County, Florida (HSVB) is the only open admissions shelter in the county and accepts all animals, including farm animals and wildlife. Animals are brought to the shelter by members of the public or by the Indian River County Animal Control, with which HSVB is under contract.
Founded in 1969, Animal Care and Control expanded five years later, becoming part of wealthy Palm Beach County’s Department of Public Safety. Today, the 14-acre facility, whose roster of adopters includes billionaire heiress and equestrian Georgina Bloomberg, serves almost 40 different municipalities.