County animal shelter seeks fee increase, reduced rate of euthanasia (Virginia)

If Animal Control Bureau Manager Dawn Harman has her way, the Prince William County Animal Shelter will become a place where people could simply pick up their dogs or cats and be on their merry way.No shots required after they depart, no medication to administer, just some tender loving care from their new owners once they get home.To do this, however, will require some substantial changes to the operations of the shelter, including raising impoundment and boarding fees.The impoundment fee increases will help pay for vaccinations for common animal illnesses such as kennel cough. It will also help pay for an upgrade in food.

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