CENTERTON, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) — The City of Centerton is looking at ways to address issues with its animal control services.
The move comes after a police investigation into the euthanasia of two dogs that were deemed unnecessary.
During a council meeting held on Dec. 13, city leaders explored their different options.
One is by creating a three-person panel responsible for making the decision of whether an animal should be euthanized.
The City also discussed outsourcing potential euthanizations to local vets.