Humane warriors: As it expands, Dakin Pioneer Valley confronts killing of unadoptable pets
There are 1 comment on the Daily Hampshire Gazette story from Aug 14, 2009, titled Humane warriors: As it expands, Dakin Pioneer Valley confronts killing of unadoptable pets. In it, Daily Hampshire Gazette reports that:
Leslie Harris, executive director of Dakin Pioneer Valley Humane Society, holds her dogs Hattie Brown, from left, Howard and Jean Bean in her office Thursday in Springfield.
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#1 Aug 15, 2009
Any entity that undertakes a no more homeless pets project deserves all of our attention. This will solve so many other municipal issues too. I will help support and spread the word about the spay neuter clinic. It is the beginning of an end of unwanted pets and the added financial burden it can have on a town, not to mention the pain and suffering for the stray animal. THANK YOU DAKIN. You have the support of many...keep the programs coming and you will flourish in the Springfield area. We all know what it is like now not to have a safe haven for the pets to go to. Too many people can not and do not spay or neuter their pets simply because of costs. Have you called a VCA lately to get an estimate. The business motives couldn't be further apart....Dakin you totally rock!
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