County hopes to increase adoptions as animal control service expands to more communities

The Oakland County Animal Control division continues to improve its shelter and pet adoption programs as it prepares to take over animal control services in more than two dozen additional communities in the next few years, says one official.

In south Oakland County, Ferndale is already lined up to have the county take over animal control services at no charge and other nearby cities are expected to soon follow as they slash their budgets. The county does animal control in 33 communities and officials expect to add more than 25 new municipalities by 2014.

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