During their planning workshop today, Wichita Falls city councilors
found out nearly three thousand dogs and cats were euthanized from
February 1st through December of last year..
And, the health department wants to find a way to bring that number down.
Katie Crosbie joins us now with more.
Ann, Health Department Director Lou Franklin said throughout the
state, many cities have ordinances encourage spaying and neutering.
Many charge fees for permits if you want to have pets that are not spayed or neutered.