Humane Society Replacing Adoption Process
COLUMBIA - The Central Missouri Humane Society is ending its breed specific euthanasia process. The CMHS says bully breed animals will go through a more rigorous behavior evaluation before being available for adoption. A four week stay will now be mandatory in foster homes as well.
In foster care, the CMHS says animals will undergo training for basic obedience and manners. It would also like to increase spays and neuters for bully breeds. Dogs will be able to get surgeries and low cost vaccinations.
The CMHS says it will also present to people interested in learning about the new process. The program will begin once they have enough funding. Right now, the CMHS is also trying to obtain grants for funding.