Dogs available for adoption

The Erie County Dog Pound has these dogs available for adoption:
Tom Jackson


The Erie County Dog Pound has these dogs available for adoption:

• Trent — This 1-year-old male beagle is shy at first, but he will warm up to you fast. Available at 10 a.m. Saturday.

• Anderson — This 3-year-old male beagle is sweet and rambunctious. He arrived with Trent. Available at 10 a.m. Saturday.

• McCoy — A fun-loving, 5-month-old male German shepherd mix. He does great with other dogs and likes to play outside with toys. Available now.

• Weedin — A 2-year-old housebroken male shepherd, boxer and Lab mix. He is lovable and likes to play in the yard with other dogs. Available now.

• Mickey — A housebroken 6-month-old male Labrador/shepherd mix. He is very sweet, great on a leash and loves people. Available at 9:30 a.m. today.

• Sammy — This very friendly 4-year-old male Brittany-border collie mix is wonderful with kids, cats and other dogs. He’s also great on a leash. Available now.

• Molly — This 8-year-old chocolate lab is housebroken. She is sweet, likes everyone and would work well in any household. Available now.

• Spanky — A 3-year-old male, housebroken beagle mix. He is sweet and full of energy. Spanky likes toys and Beggin’ strips. Available at 12:30 p.m. today.

• Sheldon — A 2-year-old housebroken beagle. He’s shy at first but warms up to people fairly quickly. Would prefer a home with kids 12 and older. Available now.

• Sugar — Energetic female boxer mix, about 9 months old and all legs. She loves people, likes to play fetch and would be the perfect friend. Available at 1:30 p.m. today.

• Willis — This sweet male lab mix is housebroken. He’s shy, but he will warm up and try to be a lap dog. Available now.

• Macey — A 6-month-old female, housebroken pit bull mix. She is great with other dogs and full of energy. Available now.

The Erie County Dog Pound, 2900 Columbus Ave., Perkins Township, is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10-10:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Adopting a dog costs $45, including license and first shots. 419-627-7607.



I say we get rid of Gunner. He refuses to move to the Perkins District. Something about a sick relative. What does that relative do when he is an hour away at work five days a week? Who is kidding who Gunner? Why is that issue not resolved? It's been over 3 years.If he is so willing to have Perkins property owners have their taxes raised,then he should show some loyalties and move to the district. He is a bull---er!