Ashland county dog shelter

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Ashland county dog shelter

It took me awhile to finally get around to writing this post but it is one of my favorite posts to write. I am not ashamed to say that there is a little something in me that enjoys taking control of a situation. It feels good to see a shelter dog in a loving, happy home. My life is definitely better with a shelter dog in it, but I will be the first to say that my life would be even better with a few more dogs in it.

The dogs at the Ashland County Dog Shelter are so adorable and in need of good homes. All of them are spayed or neutered and up to date on their shots. I personally like to find a forever home for my dogs and I am always looking for someone to adopt from the shelter.

I am currently fostering a couple of dogs that need special care. They are two little black and white boys that are brother and sister. I think they are about a year old, but if you ask me, they are just puppies. I will admit that I am pretty soft-hearted when it comes to cute animals. They are so happy to be in foster homes and you can tell they are just as happy to be there as you are.

If you would like to become a foster family for one of the dogs that I have listed below, please call me at 269-963-7177. It is a great way to get to know your new furry family member and it is also a great way to get started in the world of dog adoption.

I am working hard to make the Ashland County Dog Shelter the most popular shelter in the state. My goal is to get the shelter accredited as a no kill shelter. We are in the process of becoming a humane society and I am hoping to work with the county and surrounding counties to get a contract for the shelter to work for their counties.

We also have a lot going on for the shelter, we are working hard to get our own building. We have been working closely with the local bank and I can’t wait to start construction this year.

The shelter is still in need of fosters, and we are always looking for volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a foster for an animal in the shelter, please call me at 269-963-7177 or fill out our Foster application.

If you are interested in finding out more information about the shelter, please check out the shelter’s Facebook page. We would love to hear from you.

Please contact the shelter if you are looking to adopt a dog or cat. They are all in need of forever homes.

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About Sarah

I love animals. I am a certified dog trainer and I love to foster dogs. I love to write about animal related topics and I love to share my passion with the world. I hope you can join me on my journey to find the perfect dog and cat.

One Response to “Ashland County Dog Shelter”

Hi, I’m in the middle of fostering a little black and white female dog (3 years old) who was found in a dumpster. I just got her and she is the cutest little dog. She is a very shy little thing. The only thing she will do with strangers is look at them with a pleading look in her eye. She wants to know what she is doing wrong. The way she acts makes me feel as though I am helping her and not her other brothers. She has lots of love to give. She’s a bit timid around other dogs, but when we are home together, she will play with me and follow me around. She has a nice coat and loves to walk. I’m so glad to have found her.

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Hey Sarah, I saw you wrote about the foster dogs. I’m interested in fostering them. It would be a great experience. I’m a new foster parent as well. We were told to wait for the dogs and when they come in, we’ll hear about them. How do we know which dogs are going into our foster home? I have two dogs of my own. The shelter doesn’t ask for our pets’ names.

Hi. The puppies you are looking at are a litter of 5 puppies. If you can foster these puppies they would love to have you. The shelter does not tell foster parents which dogs are going to foster. They are just randomly chosen. I have fostered 3 puppies so far.

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