Don't Want to ‘fix' Your Pet? Live Somewhere Else, Dallas Council Panel Says

Dallas is well on its way to effectively tightening the city's spay/neuter animal ordinance, an essential tool in reducing loose dogs and euthanasia numbers.The proposed changes, approved this week by the Quality of Life Committee and headed next to the full City Council, are the latest victories out of last fall's overhaul of Dallas Animal Services.Shelter staff, under the direction of Maj. Barbara Hobbs, worked with the Animal Commission and City Hall to make these smart recommendations. All three groups deserve praise for a job well done.As Quality of Life chair Sandy Greyson said Monday, the many fixes put in place by Dallas Animal Services in the last six months are nothing short of amazing.  Continue reading...

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