Dogs of the Week


By Lorna Hart - lhart@civitasmedia.com



This is Anson, also a 10-week-old hound/lab mix. He is ready to go to his new home, where he can learn what it means to grow up with a family.


This is Arbor, a 10-week-old hound/lab mix. This little guy is ready for adoption and for long talks about nothing with the lucky person who gives him a forever home.


This is Cinderella, a treeing walker coonhound. If anyone is looking for a house hound, she is the one. This young lady is just a little under a year old and still thinks she is a lap dog. She is looking for someone who has a special couch for her to lay in her new home.


This is Leroy, a 2-year-old, 70-pound coonhound mix that loves to hang out with humans and see what they are doing for the day. This dog would make a great addition to someone’s family.


For those who would like to sponsor a kennel, purchase a paving brick or be a gold building sponsor of the new Meigs Canine Adoption and Rescue Center, sponsorship forms are available at the Meigs Chamber of Commerce office or from the Meigs County Commissioner’s office.

- Gold Building Sponsorship is $500

- Kennel Sponsorship is $250

-Paving Bricks are $125.

There is a limited number of kennels for adoption sponsorship. A name plate will be placed on the door of the kennel and remain for three years, after which time you will be able to renew your sponsorship. For questions or details you may call Brenda Roush at 740-992-3034 or 740-591-0530.

POMEROY — The Meigs County Canine Rescue and Adoption Center, formerly known as The Meigs County Dog Shelter, will be announcing plans for a grand opening event soon.

This new rescue-friendly is located at 33133 Hiland Rd. in Pomeroy, and most of the move in is complete. All Shelters dogs are in their new home while they wait for their forever home, and there has already been at least one adoption at the new location.

The adoption fee is $90 for adult dogs and includes first shot, rabies vaccine, spay/neuter and dog license. The fee for puppy adoptions is $100 and includes the spay/neuter fee; a contact is required for puppies not old enough to undergo the procedure at the time of adoption. When the puppy is old enough, they can be taken to the shelter’s local vet. First shot, rabies and dog license are included in the adoption fee.There is a $10 fee per dog to cover the cost of initial vaccine and wormer.

Center hours will be posted soon, and appointments to visit the shelter can be arranged by contacting Coleen Murphy, dog warden, or Dee Cummins, assistant dog warden, at 740-992-3779. Leave a message if no one answers, they are often away on rescue missions.

Contact Lorna Hart at 740-992-2155 Ext. 2551

This is Anson, also a 10-week-old hound/lab mix. He is ready to go to his new home, where he can learn what it means to grow up with a family.
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Anson.jpgThis is Anson, also a 10-week-old hound/lab mix. He is ready to go to his new home, where he can learn what it means to grow up with a family.

This is Arbor, a 10-week-old hound/lab mix. This little guy is ready for adoption and for long talks about nothing with the lucky person who gives him a forever home.
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Arbor.jpgThis is Arbor, a 10-week-old hound/lab mix. This little guy is ready for adoption and for long talks about nothing with the lucky person who gives him a forever home.

This is Cinderella, a treeing walker coonhound. If anyone is looking for a house hound, she is the one. This young lady is just a little under a year old and still thinks she is a lap dog. She is looking for someone who has a special couch for her to lay in her new home.
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Cinderella.jpgThis is Cinderella, a treeing walker coonhound. If anyone is looking for a house hound, she is the one. This young lady is just a little under a year old and still thinks she is a lap dog. She is looking for someone who has a special couch for her to lay in her new home.

This is Leroy, a 2-year-old, 70-pound coonhound mix that loves to hang out with humans and see what they are doing for the day. This dog would make a great addition to someone’s family.
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_Leory.jpgThis is Leroy, a 2-year-old, 70-pound coonhound mix that loves to hang out with humans and see what they are doing for the day. This dog would make a great addition to someone’s family.

By Lorna Hart

lhart@civitasmedia.com

For those who would like to sponsor a kennel, purchase a paving brick or be a gold building sponsor of the new Meigs Canine Adoption and Rescue Center, sponsorship forms are available at the Meigs Chamber of Commerce office or from the Meigs County Commissioner’s office.

– Gold Building Sponsorship is $500

– Kennel Sponsorship is $250

-Paving Bricks are $125.

There is a limited number of kennels for adoption sponsorship. A name plate will be placed on the door of the kennel and remain for three years, after which time you will be able to renew your sponsorship. For questions or details you may call Brenda Roush at 740-992-3034 or 740-591-0530.

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