Alabama spay and neuter clinics could be closing.
The state board of veterinary medical examiners are proposing a rule change that would prevent non-veterinarians from hiring vets or vet technicians to operate a veterinary facility.
Right now there are four spay/neuter clinics in the state, including one in Dothan.
A vote on October 10th will decide whether or not to shut down the clinics.
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