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Sacramento SPCA asks pet owners to check for space before dropping off animals

Temporary moratorium declared Thursday on owner-relinquished dogs

SPCA shelter has received more than 350 dogs since beginning of year

Owners urged to seek homes for animals before turning to shelter

Due to a recent influx of dogs, the Sacramento SPCA reached its housing capacity Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016, and announced a temporary moratorium on accepting owner-relinquished dogs.
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