Happy birthday to Parker, who is 3 years old today!
September 30, 2020
September 22, 2020
Butterscotch was adopted Sept. 6, and we received this update from her family:
"We adopted Butterscotch yesterday, and as a quick update, she's made herself right at home. We have named her Olive. She is an absolute cuddlebug. Introductions with her brother, Stanlee (cat), and sister, Gracie (dog) are also going well. They both love her. She on the other hand, is still trying to figure them out. She growls when they get close and they back up looking so confused. LOL. They listen well though and keep a good distance when she wants it. Though timid at shelter, she will probably rule the roost her ... and we just love her She is spoiled rotten already."
September 21, 2020
"Just wanted to give you a quick update on Tilly. We're definitely keeping her! She is a really good pup and we've very much fallen in love with her in just this short week. She was already potty-trained and sleeps well throughout the night. No chewing! No shedding!
September 20, 2020
Bentley, a dachshund-Labrador, was adopted in 2018 from the Clinton County Humane Society as a puppy, and he spent Sunday afternoon with his brother Nova, also adopted from the shelter, at the dog park in Wilmington, Ohio. He is loved and a valued member of such a caring family!
September 19, 2020
Gorgeous Jack was adopted a year ago from our shelter and is totally and completely loved.His family told us: “Boy, has he changed! We love him to pieces. He's a good boy! One of the best decisions we ever made! Thank you!!”￼
Thank YOU for adopting Jack from the Clinton County Humane Society!
September 17, 2020
September 16, 2020
Bradley’s new family sent us this adorable update: “Bradley seems to be adjusting well to his new home. Wherever my son is, Bradley is right beside him. We couldn't have got a more perfect fit for our home. Thank you very much.”
Thank you for adopting from the Clinton County Humane Society!
September 15, 2020
September 14, 2020
In memory of Ace, who had been found years ago in a culvert as a puppy and who died in late July, his family made a very generous donation to our shelter, and we are extremely grateful.
They have always been supportive of the Clinton County Humane Society and other animal organizations, and Ace was one lucky dog — he lived all his days in comfort, feeling love and appreciation, and getting walks around his neighborhood.
Ace was 8 pounds when he was adopted but grew into a big boy, and he enjoyed the best pieces of steak, comfy couches and beds, a "gazillion" toys, and trips to wineries (one of the photos is from a winery vacation).
His family says they spoiled him to the core but always hoped he was happy with his life. Judging by his smile, we are certain he was!
Thank you for adopting Ace from our shelter and changing his life forever!
Adopted a week ago, Tater (formerly named Jet) is adjusting well to his new home — his family sent us an update today. We're so happy for this adorable pup! He has both canines and humans looking out for him.
Thank you for adopting Tater from the Clinton County Humane Society!