Please contact Pam (email@example.com) for more information about this pet.
The Hardin County dog shelter is a small rural dog pound in Kenton, Ohio, with only 30 small concrete pens. When the shelter fills, which it does weekly, dogs are taken to a local kill shelter. Every dog that comes in to this pound is destined for a trip to the kill shelter if it is not adopted or rescued within a reasonable amount of time.
'Mac' is called that because he's the color of mac and cheese! This boy did so well when we took him out to be photographed. He was calm on the leash and very obedient. He lays quietly in his pen, watching the door to see if his owner is going to return for him. Sadly, that's not going to happen. But you can be Mac's new owner and give him that forever home that he deserves. He is an awesome dog that should do well in a new home.
Adoption fee is $45.00, which includes a current dog tag for the year, as well as 7-way vaccine, worming, and defleaing of the dog. Come visit us! (for Mapquest purposes: 11845 County Road 143, Kenton, Ohio. If you call and we don't answer, please leave us a message which includes your name, phone number and which dog you are interested in. Hardin County Dog Warden's Office/Shelter 49 Jones Road Kenton, OH 43326 Phone: 419-674-2209 Email: HCDW@alltel.net Hours: 9am-5pm M-F and 9-10am and 4-5p Sat