South Carolina veterinarians say their business is being neutered by shelters

Veterinarians in South Carolina want state lawmakers to rescue them – from animal shelters they say are taking away their business. The shelters, which not only spay or neuter feral animals, but also provide heartworm tests and dental care, have animal doctors up in arms. They claim the issue is the standard of care, as well as the fact that the shelters are paid with taxpayer funds and donations.