Yes or no-kill?

Questions raised about Owen Sound Animal Shelter.

The Owen Sound Animal Shelter is a “no-kill” facility, with a policy to euthanize only animals too ill or aggressive to offer for adoption.

But several former shelter employees say animals were frequently euthanized — some with no illness or aggression problems — without a sedative, despite the policy.

Todd and Renee Robins, shelter managers and Owen Sound animal control officers since 1999, vehemently deny the allegations, chalking up the claims to a smear campaign orchestrated by disgruntled former employees.


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