We'd like to inform you about a temporary closure that will affect Williston's Mondak Animal Rescue. You may have noticed the construction when driving by.

From April 1st to April 19th, the Buck Scheele Family Animal Center is undergoing essential maintenance work in their main common area. Consequently, adoption hours will be impacted, and walk-in visits won't be possible during this period.

What does this mean for you?

Adoptions: Their adoption process will continue, but strictly by appointment only. The area housing adoptable pets will not be accessible to the public.

Boarding & Grooming: Good news! Their boarding and grooming services will remain operational. They'll have a separate entrance for valued boarding and grooming customers to ensure uninterrupted service.

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They understand that this may cause inconvenience, and they sincerely apologize for any disruption to your plans. However, they're excited about the improvements this closure will bring. Their shelter expansion project is nearing completion, promising better facilities for furry friends and the community.

How to reach them:

For any inquiries or assistance, please feel free to email them or leave a voicemail at 701-577-7387 or simply send them a Facebook message. E-mail for boarding: mondakanimalrescueboarding@gmail.com E-mail for shelter: mondakanimalrescue@gmail.com Don't hesitate to reach out if you have questions or need support during this time.

MDAR thanks you for your understanding and continued support as they work to enhance the shelter for the benefit of animals and our community.

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