The City of Amarillo is announcing the recognition of 5 Animal Management and Welfare Employees.
The group spent 6 weeks of extensive training and education to prepare for their positions at AAMW that include responding to calls for service from the public and addressing a variety of animal issues throughout the city.
The new Amarillo AMW officers are: Fernando Arzabala, Andrew Crotser, Dalton George, Marie Rubright and Lindsey Wilson.
“We are honored to officially recognize these individuals as AMW officers,” said Amarillo AMW Interim Director Rob Sherwin. “These individuals are the first to complete a new rigorous and extensive training academy, which included working in the field with senior AMW officers for weeks.”
“As improvements continue at Amarillo Animal Management & Welfare, the addition of these new officers will enhance Amarillo AMW’s ability to respond and help not only Amarillo residents, but also aid the animals in our community who need shelter and care,” said Amarillo Mayor Ginger Nelson. “Congratulations to these new officers.”