The Jackson County Dog Pound are always looking for new volunteers! Like us on facebook to stay up to date on our events schedule.
We have established a long standing and trusting relationship with a rural Ontario animal control facility. We select most of our dogs from this facility but we are open to helping any low resource pound. We take pictures and do write up’s of all of the dogs available to go to rescue organizations and we forward this information in an email to various different trusted rescues across Ontario. We work hand in hand with a large number of rescues to save as many dogs as possible. We at Pound Dog Rescue not only rescue dogs for our own organization, but assist and facilitate the rescue of dogs to a number of other trusted rescue organizations. We evaluate the dogs in need of rescue and we select dogs based on temperament and the criteria our available foster is looking for. We look to match dogs with fosters. We will never force a foster to take on a dog that they are uncomfortable with or ill equipped to handle. Once selected we have the dog vet checked, vaccinated, heartworm tested, microchipped, and spayed or neutered if required. The dog will then be placed in a preselected foster home to live on a temporary basis where it will be loved and cared for. While in foster care the dog will receive training, socialization, and handling all the while being observed and assessed for behaviour. This way we really get to know the dogs in our care and can confidently determine what will be the best forever home for each individual dog. A successful adoption applicant for a specific dog will have a meet and greet with the dog and it’s foster in the foster’s home. This way the applicant can talk directly with the foster who has been caring for the dog to learn first hand about the dog’s routines, quirks and mannerisms in a home environment. We fully believe that the foster parent knows the dog best and they are an integral part of our adoption procedure.
The dog pound serves as a support function to Roseau County for enforcement of animal related ordinances and laws. The dog pound provides temporary shelter for lost, abandoned, stray or dangerous dogs. After seven (7) days, unclaimed dogs are put up for adoption.
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The Mahoning County Dog Wardens Office would Like to Welcome Our New Dog Warden Dianne Fry of Austintown Ohio. Warden Fry has a deep compassion for animal welfare and a background in fiscal administration. The Staff at the dog Wardens Office look forward to working with her and expect a great future during her leadership. Warden Fry will officially start her duties as of July 8 2013 so if you happen to stop at the pound please welcome our new Dog Warden. We are a very dedicated group of volunteers trying to place dogs and puppies into their forever homes or with rescue groups. Our county dog pound is very small and due to this limited space, dogs and puppies will have to face being euthanized unless we can find them loving homes. There are many purebred dogs and puppies, along with some great mixed breeds, that would make great additions to any family. Won't you please consider adopting or rescuing from our county pound and give these great furry friends a second chance?