February 18, 2019

Shh, Oliver is enjoying a snoozle

His family checked in to tell us how much they love this little guy, adopted from a litter of chihuahua-mix puppies. Just the facts: "We love Oliver."

Thank you for adopting Oliver from the Clinton County Humane Society!

February 7, 2019

Update on Macy (formerly Maya)

Macy was adopted from a litter of Lab/shepherd mixes in fall 2013. A couple of teenage girls had found her and the mother mom in some trees and brought them to our shelter. Her owner says, "Thank you so much. She has given us so much love and is loved by everyone! She is so sweet and loving!"

February 6, 2019

New life, new love for Scout

This handsome guy wasn't with us very long, but he is now part of a loving family that is very appreciative of him.
His new owner tells us: "We are so happy to have Scout in our lives. He’s such a kind a good boy! The chihuahuas are getting a bit better with him, and we know that will come in time. He goes to the dance studio with me on more relaxed days I have teaching. He loooooves our dancers and they love him.
"Thank you so much for the work you do and for bringing Scout into our lives. I didn’t know I would love him this much." 🥰
Thank you so much for adopting Scout from the Clinton County Humane Society!

February 4, 2019

Little Bolt, big sister Ginger

Good golly, that's a lot of cuteness. 
The little guy is Bolt, who was adopted a few weeks ago from our shelter and now lives in Pittsburgh. 
Bolt loves to play with his big sister Ginger and he enjoys snuggles on the couch or in bed. He also likes to go to doggie daycare, where he plays with his buddies there as well.

February 2, 2019

Happy Birthday to these fantastic felines!

On January 27, it was the second birthday of three of our favorite sibling alumni!

Happy 2nd birthday to Jamo, Hart, and Tully! 🎂

Petunia is living her best life!

This is a heartwarming update for all of us who love Petunia. She stayed at our shelter for more than a year before her saving grace adopted her. Look at sweet Petunia now!

Layla is model adopted doggie!

Some of our alumni make a career in fashion — this is beautiful Leia modeling the latest trend in canine outerwear. ☺️
Known as Layla at our shelter, this sweet girl waited several months to find the right fit because she's not a fan other dogs. 
But her adopted people love Leia and her cuddly personality, which is surfacing more and more each day. 
Her family tells us: "Thank you again for allowing us to adopt her — she has filled a void in our home and hearts! Also would like to say thanks to you and all the volunteers that take time out of your lives to help and care for so many homeless animals! I thank God for people like you!"

Thank you for adopting Leia from the Clinton County Humane Society!

Happy update: Star was adopted 7 years ago

This is a face that could easily convince you to hand over all your dog treats.
Star, previously known as Bunny at our shelter, was adopted 7 years ago when she was about 4 months old.
Star's owner tells us: "I just wanted to share and let everyone know she is doing pretty well and still acts like the loving puppy we brought home. Thank you for helping so many animals find their forever homes."

Thank YOU for adopting from the Clinton County Humane Society!

June 15, 2018

March 26, 2018

Thanks to those who purchase these Ohio license plates, we will be receiving a $1,000 donation from the Ohio Pet Fund!

December 7, 2017

Winner of quilt raffle fundraiser is Angela Earley

The winner of the Clinton County Humane Society’s recent quilt raffle was Angela Earley, pictured with her husband, Jeff, receiving the quilt after the drawing in November. For the shelter fundraiser, Georgann Quallen quilted and donated the 58-by-70-inch Pioneer Sampler, which had been on display at the Cotton Junky in downtown Wilmington. The nonprofit Clinton County Humane Society, located at 1760 Fife Ave., has adopted more than 7,300 animals since it was formed in 2003. The funds raised will help the shelter spay, neuter, and vaccinate the animals in its care.