Animals rescued from Daleville fire still in need of homes

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DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) - It's been just a little more than a day since the Daleville fire that killed an animal shelter owner and more than 50-dogs Wednesday morning.

Jane Clancy was killed when the roof of her home fell on top of her as she was trying to save the animals she cared for.

Out of the nearly 100 dogs, 48 survived the fire and they have been taken in by shelters all over the Wiregrass.

Six of them were taken to the Dothan City Animal Shelter where most of them have already been adopted.

However one pup, "Scamp" has a sever case of heart-worms and is in need of a full dosage of treatment.

Dr. Robert Syfrett of the South Park Veterinary Clinic in Dothan has agreed to provide the treatments after funds are raised for the medicine.

$300 is still needed and a PayPal account has been set up for people too donate money. The account is at PayPal.com under "savapet@yahoo.com".



 
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