Hard decisions at the Clay County Humane Society.
The shelter there is considered a no-kill shelter, however 19 dogs face euthanasia.
The shelter is running double capacity.
19 dogs have a violent history and a “no kill” shelter can euthanize if the animal is sick or aggressive.
With that many animals and not being able to adopt some of those with problems, there is only one thing left to do when donations don’t keep up with the need.