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controversial email has many people in Wood County upset.
Wood County Dog Warden sent an email to volunteers and rescue organizations
saying eight dogs would be euthanized by the end of the week if they were not
adopted. Andrew Snyder, the warden, says he was following procedure.
says the email was sent because there wasn't enough space for the dogs. There
are 24 pens at the Wood County Dog Warden's office, but earlier this week,
there were 28 dogs.
say not everything is being done to get these animals a permanent home, bug
Snyder says that's not true.
the list that we sent out, we indicated dogs that could use some additional
publication, both on Facebook and Petfinder," he said.
dogs were adopted and the euthanasia was canceled, but the warden says there
are still many dogs searching for a home.