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Kill rate in Hillsborough animal shelters down substantially, officials say

Kill rate in Hillsborough animal shelters down substantially, officials say.

  • Hillsborough Pet Resources chief Scott Trebatoski attributes the decline in animal euthanasias to better county practices, coupled with a national decline in animals headed to shelters.
  • In fiscal year 2012, 7,340 of 20,031 animals that came through the Hillsborough shelter left alive.
  • Kill rate in Hillsborough animal shelters down substantially, officials say 05/18/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 18, 2016 9:41pm] Photo reprints | Article reprints

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Kill rate in Hillsborough animal shelters down substantially, officials say

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