If you watched the news in Ohio lately, you may have seen the mess these poor Beagles were found in. 25 were rescued from small filthy cages in a hot house and now need new homes. Some have been adopted so far, but there are plenty left. Everyone who has adopted so far has been very pleased. The dogs love other dogs and fit in quickly. They are so happy to have real families and playmates!
The youngest is 1 and the oldest is 6.
Adoption fee is $200
All Ashland County Humane Society animals adoption fees include:
~vaccinations, including rabies
If you are interested in adopting this dog, please visit:
(copy and paste link to address bar) for a printable application.
Complete and email back to applications@AshlandHumane.org
We are an all volunteer-based organization that does not have a building or a staff, only 8 members with jobs and families, trying to make a difference. We do not have the volunteer manpower to show animals to non-approved applicants. If your application gets screened and approved, we will contact you to arrange a meet and greet and you can decide if this is the right pet for you.
Thank you for understanding! We definitely want all our rescued animals to find great families!
Thank you for your interest in a Rescue Pet! Adopt, dont shop!
The post will be removed when we get several applications to give our volunteer time to screen them.
Adoption Fee is $200
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