The Del Norte Dog Pound

The Del Norte County Dog Pound was forced to put down several dogs recently because they were aggressive and a public risk. But Sheriff Garrett Scott said that is not a change in policy and very few animals will be impacted.

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Four dogs were recently euthanized by the Del Norte Dog Pound. The report comes from Sheriff Garrett Scott.

The sheriff reported the animals put down following current agriculture code deeming an animal as vicious and posing a danger to the community.

The Del Norte Dog Pound

Over the last few weeks, a couple of dogs at the Del Norte County Dog Pound were euthanized after it was determined the dogs were too dangerous to be adopted.

Sheriff Garrett Scott

Sheriff Garrett Scott said that is not a change in the pound’s policy, adding there are still 26 dogs available for adoption.


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