• Animal Adoptions Up, Euthanasia Down

    Animal Adoptions Up, Euthanasia Down

    2016 Statistics Highlight Success of Loudoun Animal Services. Loudoun County Animal Services (LCAS) announced it saved 2,132 animals in 2016, more than in any other year in the agency’s history. Department of Animal Services Director Nina Stively credits policy and programmatic changes that helped increase adoptions and improve the health and welfare of shelter pets. “While

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  • Loudoun Woman Charged with Over 100 Counts of Animal Cruelty, Neglect

    Loudoun Woman Charged with Over 100 Counts of Animal Cruelty, Neglect

    A Loudoun County woman is facing more than 100 charges of animal cruelty and neglect after Animal Control Officers found inadequate living conditions at a property south of Leesburg. On Dec. 14, Loudoun County Animal Services (LCAS) received custody of 96 chickens, two dogs, three rabbits, two geese, five ducks and four pot belly pigs

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  • County Offers Free Pet Adoptions Dec. 10

    County Offers Free Pet Adoptions Dec. 10

    Holiday traditions abound this time of year, and Loudoun County Animal Services (LCAS) wants to make sure pets are included. On Dec. 10, LCAS will sponsor its second annual “Home for the Holidays” adoption day from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Animal Shelter, 39820 Charles Town Pike, Waterford.  Fees will be waived on all adoptable pets. LCAS

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  • Canines-N-Kids, Petco Raising Money for Canine and Pediatric Cancer

    Canines-N-Kids, Petco Raising Money for Canine and Pediatric Cancer

    Black Friday and Cyber Monday have become holiday shopping traditions, but now for the fifth year in a row, people world-wide have been celebrating Giving Tuesday, which aims to give back in the holiday season. One local nonprofit, Canines-N-Kids, looks to raise $30,000 this year, and every donation is being matched by Petco. Canines-N-Kids was

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  • Breslin Named Animal Control Officer of the Year

    Breslin Named Animal Control Officer of the Year

    Officer Patrick Breslin has been on the job since May 2013, but has already responded to more than 4,700 calls for service from Loudoun County Animal Services (LCAS). It’s not just the volume of work that got him noticed by the Virginia Animal Control Association (VACA), but also his work ethic and 85 prevent conviction

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  • Pet Adoption Fees Waived for Vets and Active Military, Nov. 12-13

    Pet Adoption Fees Waived for Vets and Active Military, Nov. 12-13

    Loudoun County Animal Services (LCAS) will waive all pet adoption fees for veterans and active duty military over Veterans Day weekend, Nov. 12-13. “We want to show our appreciation for the heroes of our country,” said Nicole Falceto, Community Relations Manager for LCAS. “They have given so much for our nation and we hope this promotion

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