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County holds off on paying for spaying pets - for now

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Who should have to pay for dogs and cats to be spayed and neutered?

That's a question Douglas County Board members are grappling with.


At Tuesday's regular board meeting, commissioners heard from Christin Klimek, Lakes Area Humane Society (LAHS) executive director, about an opportunity for the county to work proactively together with other entities to reduce the number of animals impounded annually, thus reducing animal control costs, with a new spay/neuter program.

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