Animal shelters are trying to lower North Carolina’s euthanasia rate

Huckleberry, a two-year- old German shepherd mix, is among the dogs awaiting adoption at the Orange County Animal Shelter. (Taylor Holbrooks / Carolina Connection)

Each year, North Carolina shelters take in over 120,000 animals. Shelters around the Triangle are fighting to lower the state’s euthanasia rate and send more animals to their forever-homes.

Carolina Connection’s Taylor Holbrooks has more.

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