In Toledo, the staff at Lucas County Canine Care and Control (LC4) have their hands full. They are reportedly unusually busy because they are now taking care of 180 doggos.
– Lucas County Canine Care and Control have around 180 dogs under their care now.
– The staff is asking for people to adopt or volunteer.
– They also already offer…
The director at LC4 said that they are now working double time to lessen the number of the dogs at the shelter. Also, they have decided to offer spay/neuter surgeries at the organization because that meant that it would reduce the wait time for doggos to be adopted. If you are looking to adopt one of the doggos from LC4, you should go and visit them. You might also want to extend some help by volunteering.
Accordingly, the local government is also planning to build a new shelter at the county. Plans are still in the works and the proposals for the construction are being reviewed.
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