GRAND RAPIDS, MI - Mrs. America has a new puppy. And he comes from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Ellkhart, Ind. native Mekayla Eppers, who claimed the top pageant crown in Las Vegas earlier this year, adopted Harry from the Kent County Animal Shelter a few weeks ago. Harry is a 5-month old Beagle/Staffy mix who came to the shelter as a stray. "Basically, he's famous now," a post on Facebook reads. "We're super happy that such an influential woman chose to adopt and support your local shelter.
" Eppers, who competed as Miss Indiana, bested competitors from each state and the District of Columbia to earn the title of Miss America. The Mrs. America Pageant is a seperate competition from Miss America. It was established to honor married women throughout the United States.See Also: What Animals Live In A Pond
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MLive file photo WEXFORD COUNTY, MI -- The Wexford County Animal Shelter has been closed because of canine parvovirus. Wexford County sheriff's officials on Thursday, July 27 said the closure is expected to last about 14 days to clear the virus. Animals at the shelter will be quarantined and monitored by shelter and veterinary staff for signs of the virus. The plan also calls for cleaning and sanitizing the building.
Canine parvovirus attacks white blood cells and can damage the heart muscle in young animals.