A Plan Framework for Addressing Stray and Feral Dogs

July of this year, as the Board of Aldermen went on summer recess, it became very public that the city of St. Louis has a very serious public health and safety crisis. This was due to the fact that the Health Department enacted a number of policy changes resulting in the elimination of most of the city’s Animal Control and Care functions.  By August, the APA and the Humane Society jointly went on record and expressed concerns that the stray population was increasing and that they were gravely concerned about the safety and welfare of our citizens and pets.


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