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The Caddo Parish Commission approved the appointment of Travis Clark as the new director of animal services and mosquito control for the Parish of Caddo at the Commission’s monthly meeting on Thursday, May 17.
Clark will oversee the functions of the department, including shelter operations, employee management and implementation of the Parish’s animal, mosquito and rodent control programs for the Parish of Caddo.
Clark comes to Caddo Parish as the former Animal Services Supervisor for Stockton Animal Services in Stockton, California. He previously worked at the Caddo Parish Animal Shelter in a variety of operational positions, including Assistant Field Manager, Training Officer and Animal Control Officer. Clark is a United States Navy veteran and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration/Criminal Justice from Trident University International. He also holds numerous certifications in Animal Services.
“I am pleased to welcome back Mr. Clark to our area as the Parish’s new animal services director,” said Dr. Woodrow Wilson, Jr., Administrator for the Parish of Caddo. “I am confident that Mr. Clark brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the Animal Services Department, and we look forward to him coming on board and hitting the ground running, working with our citizens and our animal community,” said Wilson.
Clark’s appointment is effective May 21. An open house is planned for Saturday, June 2 from 2-4pm at the Caddo Parish Animal Shelter to allow the public to engage with Clark.