California city promotes dog licensing compliance

04/6/2011 | Oakdale Leader (Calif.), The

The police department in Oakdale, Calif., has started a door-to-door campaign about dog licensing compliance in a bid to address pet overpopulation and high euthanasia rates. Using a formula provided by AVMA, Oakdale and Riverbank show a compliance rate lower than the national average of 30%, with only 7% of approximately 8,653 dogs in the two cities having been licensed, according to this article.

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