August 13, 2017

Catching up with goofy, lovable Olive the Chihuahua

Some pictures of Olive were requested, so here she is being a lovable goof. Since I last emailed you she is doing even better. She now happily walks with the harness and even sits nicely while I put it on her. We went to the vet for a checkup, and everyone there said that she is the nicest chihuahua they've had at their clinic! 

May 23, 2017

Thank you, Emily, for not only adopting from us but for thinking of us on your 11th birthday!

March 2, 2017

Little Maxie has a big life!

It's pretty obvious that Maxie, a miniature pinscher adopted in late October, enjoys her pampered lifestyle. 
Her family tells us, "She has been a great addition to our home and we couldn't ask for a more loving and wanted member of the family. She has adjusted well and is right at home. She loves to play, and go for long walks as well as run in the dog park, but mostly she loves to cuddle up to us."
Thank you for adopting from the Clinton County Humane Society!

February 20, 2017

Angel is on the road again ...

Angel is so lucky to have a doggie dad who takes her on his trucking trips with him! Angel came to us as a starving mom of several puppies — whose rescue began with a concerned neighbor — and she is now Queen of the Road!

Charlotte is so happy with her new family!

Little Charlotte was adopted a few weeks ago, and she instantly became a treasured part of this adorable family! 
They told us: "We took her to the vet ... and they agreed that she is the sweetest puppy ever! Thank you all again."

February 15, 2017

Thank you to Wilmington Savings Bank!

We hope Ike is able to find a forever home!

So handsome and happy!

We love seeing our Eddie in his new home! His new family writes: "Just a quick hello to thank you for connecting our family with this great little terrier! He is doing great. Enjoying lots of love, car rides, chew toys and his big yard."
It's so great to see him be able to rest his little head in a loving home.
His family also tells us, "Keep doing your great work. Hoping people open up there hearts and homes to all these awesome shelter animals needing homes!!!!! Thanks again. We are so glad we found this guy!"
We are so thankful for our adoptive families!

September 27, 2016

Have fun and support us Oct. 22!

The Clinton County Humane Society will be having a "Howl-oween Fest" on October 22 to raise money to help finance its mission. What is a Howl-oween Fest, you may be asking? It will be an event geared toward families. The Gano family has agreed to let us use part of their farm on Gano Road to hold the activities.
There will be a pet walk through the Miller cemetery located on Gano Road from 3 to 4 p.m. with registration beginning at 2:30 p.m. at 2167 Gano Road. A donation of $25 is requested for the Walk. The first 60 participants to register will receive a T-shirt. 
There will be other activities from 4 to 7 p.m., including games and hayrides for children and adults. We will have some awesome Halloween decorations set up. K-9 Karson will be making an appearance from 4 to 5 p.m. There will be prizes for the best costume. There is no admission fee but we will be accepting donations. We will be serving hot dogs, drinks and desserts.
We will need your help to make this event successful. Please consider becoming a sponsor for this event by making a monetary tax deductible donation or donate an item or two for the silent auction. Anything you can help us with would be greatly appreciated. All monetary donations can be sent to us at P.O. Box 1024, Wilmington, Ohio 45177. Please make your check payable to the Clinton County Humane Society and note on your check that it is for the Howl-oween Fest. If you have items to be donated, those can be delivered to Gano Law Offices at 169 N. South Street, Wilmington, Ohio 45177 prior to October 20th.