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Victoria's largest animal shelter will be investigated by state government officials over concerns about its euthanasia rates.

Agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford announced via Twitter on Wednesday night that her department would investigate growing community concerns about the practices and animal management at the Lost Dogs' Home in North Melbourne.
Ms Pulford said she had been shocked by stories from people who claimed their dogs had been wrongly put down at the centre, which provides pound services for 13 council areas in Victoria.

Earlier this week, it was reported that a widow's pet dog, Fonzie, was put down by the Lost Dogs' Home the day after his owner had called to claim him.

Ms Pulford said she had been inundated with phone calls, emails and messages on social media from people expressing their concern. She said she had also been contacted by former staff at the Lost Dogs' Home.

"That's why we've asked for this investigation," she told radio station 3AW on Thursday.



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