Check out this week’s angels in waiting at the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter. These are all lost or abandoned dogs waiting for a second chance. Do you think you could give them a home?
I truly believe that some way, some how, shelter pets know you were kind enough to call them your own. That is why I continue to encourage the adoption of pets from shelters. There are hundreds of dogs, found lost or abandoned in Cuyahoga County that end up at the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter. Only 7% of these precious dogs are ever reclaimed. Their loss could be the best thing you ever did for your family. Here’s this week’s video from the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter at 9500 Sweet Valley Dr. in Valley View, Ohio.
I’ve got the perfect solution for those long walks in the Metroparks all alone. Adopt a dog from the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter in Valley View, Ohio! There’s so many wonderful dogs waiting patiently for homes, hoping for a second chance. Many of these angels know their commands, are housebroken and are sweet and loving pets with an unfortunate circumstance to bear. If you are looking to add some love into your family, there’s no greater love that saving the life of a shelter pet. Take a look at this week’s video from the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter! Read the rest of this entry
There’s so much love to share at the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter, where all lost or abandoned dogs stay while looking for a new home. Look for Sweet Valley Dr. off of Canal Rd. in Valley View, Ohio and you’ll find over 70 cages of all types of dogs waiting for a second chance. Won’t you give Piper, Montana or any of the other dogs at the shelter a look on this week’s video?
There’s nothing like coming home to that unonditional love of a pet. Call me crazy, but being the “parent” of many shelter pets through out the years, I truly believe shelter pets have this deeper appreciation for their home and love. I’ve heard others say the same, so I guess I am not alone. I walk into the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter every week and wish I could save them all. That’s why I bring you my video each week in hopes that someone, or maybe more, will find their best friend. Anita is a volunteer at the shelter and helps me share their stories each week. One of Anita’s favorites this week is Badger, a beautiful brindle pit mix that loves to play ball!
Greta is a female pit mix who’s potty trained and ready for her new home!
Take a look at ALL the beautiful dogs in need of a home this week at the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter this week! Read the rest of this entry
There’s no greater gift for your family than the gift of a pet! Caring for a pet teaches a child responibility and it’s great exercise too! Are you ready to bring another family member into yours? There’s so many loving dogs at the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter all found lost or abandoned in Cuyahoga County. Anita is a volunteer at the shelter and she picked two of her favorite pooches she took out in the yard today. See Anita with an extremely smart year and a half year old shepherd mix named Ranger.
She fell in love with a three legged loving angel named Titan too.
See all the dogs looking for homes this week at the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter on my video! Happy Easter! Here’ the video
I will follow. This Carole King song came to my mind as I videotaped all the loving dogs waiting for a second chance at the Cuyahoga County Animal Shelter this morning. Each week, it never ceases to amaze me all the beautiful dogs, strays, runaways that have lost their families. Only about 7% are ever reclaimed, which tells me they were never really wanted. That is a tragedy. I have one of those dogs. His name is Nash.
He was found in abandoned in an Acme parking lot in Akron. His tragedy turned into our little blessing. The cats would beg to differ, but we sure love him a lot. How about giving a second chance to Scout or Luna?