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The dumpster where the deceased dog was found.

PETA offerning reward in Dog-Dumping Case

PETA is offering an up to $5,000 reward for info leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) involved in a dog dumping case in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The dumpster where the deceased dog was found.

FWACC seeks help after emaciated dog found

Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control asks for the public’s help to gain more information about a deceased, emaciated dog found in a dumpster at the Baldwin Creek Apartments.
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Citizens Square will remain closed

Today, Mayor Tom Henry announced Citizens Square would remain closed to the public, with current plans calling for the building to reopen on January 25, 2021.
City of Fort Wayne

Citizens Square to close to the public beginning 11/23/2020

Due to the continued increase in COVID-19 cases, Mayor Tom Henry today announced Citizens Square will close to the public beginning Nov. 23, 2020.

FWACC expands adoption opportunities

Fort Wayne Animal Care’s Adoption Center will begin expanding adoption opportunities while still practicing social distancing and best practices to keep staff and the public safe.

FWACC Adoption Center closing

Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control is temporarily closing its adoption center starting March 25, 2020.

FWACC to Operate With Restricted Access

Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control is restricting access to its building while continuing to provide public safety and adoption services to the community.
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2019 highlights: State of the City address #12

Highlights from Mayor Tom Henry's 12th State of the City address delivered February 13, 2019.

Don't forget your pets this weekend

Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control urges pet owners to plan ahead and take precautions to ensure the safety of their outdoor friends.

Hot weather reminders for pet owners

With temperatures on the rise, Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control wants to remind pet owners to pay extra attention to provisions for their animals.