Meet “Hogan”, a Catahoula mix, blue merle in color, neutered male, heartworm tested negative, adult approximately 1 to 2 years old, 50 lbs. Hogan was impounded into our facility back on August 12th 2014. On September 26th Hogan was adopted by a couple who later returned him on 10/2/14 because he did not get along with the other dog in the home. Hogan is currently the longest dog resident at Hernando County Animal Services. Hogan has not had any issues with any of the other dogs at the shelter. However, we would recommend a meet and greet if you were considering adopting and have other dogs at home. Hogan has been to many events with cats and has shown no aggression. Hogan is a fun loving, happy dog who would really like a forever home for the holidays. Help make Hogan’s Holiday wish come true with a new family. If you are interested in finding out more about Hogan and possibly adopting him, please call Hernando County Animal Services @ 352-796-5062.
Check out the new Local History section on our website! This section features upcoming events and links to resources and organizations in the area that celebrate our heritage. It also provides a link to the library’s oral history archive, “Local History Live!”. Whether you are new to the area, conducting research, or just interested in Hernando's legacy, the information on this page will assist you in learning more about our local history. Check back often as the list of events is continually being updated.
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