Miami-Dade Commission To Vote Tuesday On "No-Kill" PlanMiami-Dade County Commissioners are scheduled to vote on a plan this Tuesday to reduce the county's animal overpopulation.
Miami-Dade Co. Adopts No-Kill Animal Shelter ProgramStray and unwanted animals living in Miami-Dade's animal shelters are officially on-track to be protected from euthanasia.
Miami-Dade Considers No-Kill Status For ShelterA proposal to turn Miami-Dade Animal Services into a no-kill shelter program passed a Miami-Dade commission committee Tuesday, with a lot of questions about cost and implementation.
County Shelter Takes Part In "No Kill" DayBroward County’s two animal shelters are just saying ‘No’. As part of “Just One Day”, a nationwide effort founded by No Kill Nation to help find homes for shelter animals, the county will not euthanize any animals in their two shelters.
Broward Animal Shelters To Adopt 'No-Kill' PolicyAnimal activists and pet lovers alike applauded the Broward Commission’s unanimous decision Tuesday to embrace a no-kill animal control policy.
Dade Shelter Starts Program To Save Dogs From EuthanasiaThousands of dogs die every year at Miami-Dade Animal Services because space is limited, too few dogs are adopted, and new animals arrive every day. The numbers have drawn sharp criticism from animal activists, but now the country is moving to make charges.