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Green Bay weighs options for handling stray animals

12:00 PM, May 7, 2013
A father and son look for a pet to adopt inside the Bay Area Humane Society.
A father and son look for a pet to adopt inside the Bay Area Humane Society.
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Two organizations vying for a contract to handle Green Bay's stray pets acknowledge there are differences between them, but each believes it offers the better system.

The Bay Area Humane Society, which has held the city contract for about 50 years, emphasizes a holistic approach to caring for large numbers of animals in a shelter environment.

Aiming to displace the humane society, Packerland Veterinary Center stresses that its staff and facilities provide comprehensive medical services for individual dogs and cats. ...

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