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Green Bay may find new home for stray pets

City looks at shelter switch

8:58 PM, Apr. 6, 2013
Patrons visit the Bay Area Humane Society in this file photo showing the shelter at 1830 Radisson St., where the city of Green Bay has been taking stray animals since the 1950s.
Patrons visit the Bay Area Humane Society in this file photo showing the shelter at 1830 Radisson St., where the city of Green Bay has been taking stray animals since the 1950s.
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Green Bay residents searching for a lost dog or cat soon might have to look elsewhere than the Bay Area Humane Society.

After about 50 years, the humane society is in danger of losing its contract with Green Bay City Hall to handle stray animals in the city.

City officials are recommending switching the contract to Packerland Veterinary Center on the city's west side. ...

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