Why You Should Care About Dallas' New Top Dog Catcher, Even If Strays Aren't in Your Front Yard

The city's new animal services boss will arrive from Cleveland buoyed by the experience of running an urban shelter that deals with the same problems that bedevil the Dallas operation.Specifically, the sometimes contradictory challenges of packs of loose dogs that menace poorer parts of town and the swarms of animal lovers who want to ensure that every potential pet is saved.But what Dallas Animal Services Director Edward Jamison will confront at each turn in his new job is the reality of "More Than."Jamison, most recently the chief animal control officer for Cleveland, will now deal with more loose dogs, more shelter kennels, more employees, more service vehicles, more land to cover and more people to satisfy.  Continue reading...

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