Why do you spay / neuter all the adopted animals?
With the expansion and modernization of our animal shelter, the county was committed to doing its part in the issue of pet overpopulation. With our spay / neuter program for adoptable pets, we are now part of the solution versus a contributor to the problem. Pet overpopulation is a problem that stems from the failure of owners to have their pets spayed or neutered

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1. Can the shelter have animals available for adoption at Farm Fairs, Pet Expos and other events?
2. Can the shelter promote its adoption services more?
3. How do I adopt an animal?
4. How long does it take to adopt an animal?
5. What is being done to increase adoptions for cats and dogs?
6. Why do you spay / neuter all the adopted animals?
7. Why doesn't the shelter approve or disapprove of an applicant "one time" for current and future adoptions?
8. Is there a 3 application policy and why does the shelter take 3 applications?
9. What happens when my application is not picked?
10. Why not take the first qualified applicant as soon as possible?