After evaluating a potential bacterial outbreak on the shelter, officers confirmed Sunday that there was no outbreak.
STOCKTON, Calif. — After a scare a couple of potential bacterial outbreak, officers confirmed that there was no outbreak on the Stockton Animal Shelter.
On Tuesday, the Stockton Animal Shelter stopped taking in stray canines after one in all their canines obtained sick and died. They wound up treating the canines they’d on the shelter and introduced in a testing lab to stipulate their subsequent steps via the week.
By Sunday, the shelter introduced that they’d discovered solutions and that they had been as soon as once more opening its doorways to wholesome stray canines.
“With the assistance of our testing companions we have now decided there was no bacterial outbreak and the reason for the loss of life for one canine was non-communicable,” the shelter mentioned in a press release posted to Facebook.
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