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  • Fresno County animal shelter operator cuts euthanasia rate

    Fresno Humane Animal Services has cut euthanasia rates since taking over animal control operations for Fresno County a year ago. Dogs and cats are dying far less frequently and leaving much faster than ever before for faraway new homes in places like Portland, Oregon, and Minneapolis. Brenda Mitchell, president of Fresno Humane Animal Services, explains what they're doing.

Fresno Humane Animal Services has cut euthanasia rates since taking over animal control operations for Fresno County a year ago. Dogs and cats are dying far less frequently and leaving much faster than ever before for faraway new homes in places like Portland, Oregon, and Minneapolis. Brenda Mitchell, president of Fresno Humane Animal Services, explains what they're doing. mbenjamin@fresnobee.com
Fresno Humane Animal Services has cut euthanasia rates since taking over animal control operations for Fresno County a year ago. Dogs and cats are dying far less frequently and leaving much faster than ever before for faraway new homes in places like Portland, Oregon, and Minneapolis. Brenda Mitchell, president of Fresno Humane Animal Services, explains what they're doing. mbenjamin@fresnobee.com

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