Chris Huff, Arlington animal services manager, in a new exercise area in January with a dog to be adopted. A controversial pilot program that charges a $25 fee to residents who surrender their pets to the city animal shelter is meeting its goals so far, reducing drop-offs and raising funds to hire an animal cruelty investigator, a code official told the City Council on Tuesday.
Chris Huff, Arlington animal services manager, in a new exercise area in January with a dog to be adopted. A controversial pilot program that charges a $25 fee to residents who surrender their pets to the city animal shelter is meeting its goals so far, reducing drop-offs and raising funds to hire an animal cruelty investigator, a code official told the City Council on Tuesday. Willis Knight Star-Telegram archives
Chris Huff, Arlington animal services manager, in a new exercise area in January with a dog to be adopted. A controversial pilot program that charges a $25 fee to residents who surrender their pets to the city animal shelter is meeting its goals so far, reducing drop-offs and raising funds to hire an animal cruelty investigator, a code official told the City Council on Tuesday. Willis Knight Star-Telegram archives

Arlington pet-surrender-fee pilot program meeting goals, official says

May 26, 2015 07:47 PM