A lawmaker seeking to ban the killing of dogs and cats by carbon monoxide says the method is used in 29 animal shelters around Texas.
The claim by Sen. Kirk Watson, D-Austin, was aired as a Senate committee sent Watson’s proposal, Senate Bill 360, to the full Senate, which advanced the measure to the House about a week later.
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Statement: Says carbon monoxide is still employed to euthanize dogs and cats in 29 Texas animal shelters.