Four-legged friends visit county leaders on Dogs In Politics Day

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Posted 9/28/22

GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County leaders and staff got an unusual visit on Friday, Sept. 23.

It was Dogs in Politics Day, and to celebrate, county staff brought in two dogs from Clay County …

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Four-legged friends visit county leaders on Dogs In Politics Day

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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Clay County leaders and staff got an unusual visit on Friday, Sept. 23.

It was Dogs in Politics Day, and to celebrate, county staff brought in two dogs from Clay County Animal Services to hang out for the day. 

The dogs were able to stop by as part of Animal Services’ Bow Wow Breakout program – which allows anyone to take an adoptable dog out on a day trip – anywhere – and on Friday, it was the Clay County Administration building. 

The two dogs named Paisley and Gertrude enjoyed the day visiting the offices, and the staff enjoyed it, too.

Paisley, Gertrude, and all adoptable dogs can be seen at ClayCountyGov.com under the Community tab select Animal Services, and Adopt.

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