Yorba Linda to pay extra for OC Animal Care to encourage more pet owners to license their animals

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Just about two-thirds of Yorba Linda’s estimated 14,760 dogs are properly licensed, according to the latest numbers from OC Animal Care, the government agency the city pays to provide residents with animal control and shelter services.

So again for the fiscal year beginning July 1, the city will pay extra for increased efforts to “encourage license compliance and provide additional revenue to offset animal service costs,” according to a May 7 report from Allison Estes, assistant to City Manager Mark Pulone.

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