The shelter has attempted to save as many dogs as possible since the outbreak. Four veterinarians examined all 96 dogs at the shelter last Thursday to determine which are healthy and which might need to be put to sleep.
Four dogs were found to be sick and were euthanized. The other 52 -- mostly stray dogs that just arrived at the shelter -- have been held in quarantine for observation.
Thirteen dogs remained in quarantine Wednesday but seven were adoptable, Clark said.
The dogs still being treated should be up for adoption if they continue to improve, she said.
Six of the seven adoptable dogs -- like many of the dogs in the past week -- have had their adoption fees paid for. The seventh dog's fees are half-paid by people who "couldn't take a dog in [but who] came in and paid the fee for someone else," Clark said previously.
People should call the shelter in advance at 304-342-1576 after they choose a dog from the shelter's website, www.wvanimalshelter.com.
To see more pictures of the adoptable dogs, visit the animal shelter's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/WVAnimalShelter.
Reach Megan Workman at megan.work...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5113