They need management there more than anything because right now no one is minding the store. Give this guy a chance. We'll know soon enough if he's going to be a good director or not. There are plenty of volunteers who will be watching him closely. If he can keep the staff out of the breakroom and from hanging out in the back smoking and laughing, he's golden.
It's a beautiful facility. Hopefully the nicer environment and better location with a proximity to affluence instead of "blight" will bring out more potential adopters and there will be a significant reduction in the euthanasia rate.
By Hannah Sayle, Chris Herrington, Chris Shaw, Louis Goggans, Greg Akers and Bruce VanWyngarden
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