St. Louis County Animal Control working to increase pet adoptions

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Saint Louis County Animal Care and Control Services works to assure that pets and people live together in safety and that all pets receive proper care and housing.  In March, St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger announced that St. Louis County would put in place a new Animal Care and Control Board that would be tasked with reducing euthanasia rates and increasing pet adoptions.

Martha Weber was recently appointed program manager at St. Louis County Animal Care and Control.  She has been a practicing veterinarian for 22 years and recently completed a Master of Public Health degree at Washington University in St. Louis.

Pet adoption from  St. Louis County Animal Care and Control is affordable,  just $40 an animal and that includes spaying or neutering, all necessary shots, and a microchip.   Their new facility is at 10521 Baur Boulevard in Olivette, MO and they are open seven days a week.


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