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By Hannah Romero
Staff Writer 

Advocating for the city's furriest residents


August 19, 2021

Hannah Romero

Animal Control Officers Tracy Wyant and Kim Wilkins pet Xena, a one-year-old Burnese mountain dog and Pyranese mix and is available for adoption. Star photo by Hannah Romero

Green River Animal Control has been busy.

Tracy Wyant and Kim Wilkins, Green River's two full-time Animal Control Officers (ACOs), have had their hands full lately. The Animal Control Shelter usually averages six to seven dogs at a time - last Friday they had 19.

Wyant said the shelter has seen more animals than usual this summer, and Wilkins noted that they've been dealing with a number of other cases, such as wildlife calls. However, staying busy is nothing new for Animal Control.

"We do more than people think we do," Wyant said.

Along with two part-time ACOs, Wyant and Wilkins keep u...

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