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Citizen calls for changes at animal shelter
High euthanasia rate cited for reforms
Concerns about a high euthanasia rate and other animal shelter issues were the focus of a local man who spoke during Tuesday night’s Bulloch County Commission meeting. Dr. Richard Marz, a Statesboro dentist, was supported by a number of people who attended the meeting. He gave commissioners a presentation suggesting an advisory committee be formed to help the Bulloch County Animal Shelter reduce its euthanasia rate, work with volunteer and rescue groups and increase the number of animal adoptions.
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