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Local officials aim to prevent horse neglect

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Information, understanding are key to proper care

By Stephen Lega

Horse neglect is on the rise in the United States and, according to local animal control officials, it's a growing problem in Marion County as well.

Recently, Marion County Sheriff Carroll Kirkland reported to the Marion County Fiscal Court about a situation on Sulphur Lick Road. A woman was concerned about the condition of some horses, and she wanted the county to do something about it. At the time, there wasn't much the county could do, but Vicki Hazelip of the Marion County Animal Shelter and Animal Control Officer Jeff Wooldridge spoke with the owner of the horses.


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