A dog that recently visited Freedom Dog Park has been diagnosed with parvovirus and as a precaution the Town has closed the dog park for cleaning and sanitation. The dog park will receive remediation utilizing a diluted bleach solution to spray all areas where feces was found, as well as dog equipment, dog wash stations, drinking fountains, entry ways, etc. The irrigation will run in the evening and/or morning as necessary, and crews will conduct a final sweep of the dog park. We anticipate reopening the dog park on Saturday, June…
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department — June 3, 2015
Things that live on the ground typically aren’t adept at treading water for long. In the aftermath of flood events that have hammered much of the state recently, biologists with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department say encounters with various wildlife will not be uncommon.
Recent storms also coincided with the time of year when newborn wildlife start showing up on the landscape. As flood waters recede, wildlife officials anticipate…