Dogs remain available at the Lucas County Canine Care & Control Office, 410 South Erie St., Toledo. For information, call 419-213-2800.
For a complete list of available dogs, go to lucascountydogs.petfinder.com. A $100 adoption fee includes spay-neuter, a heartworm check, microchip ID, vaccinations, and a behavioral evaluation.
Dogs killed June 18 under the direction of Lucas County Canine Care & Control Director Julie Lyle:
Breed and description; location seized; charge (if applicable). Dogs killed for poor behavior are scored on a scale up to 5, with higher scores being more aggressive:
Boxer/German shepherd mix, brown male, unlicensed, failed behavior evaluation/dog aggression (scored 4 out of 4 on June 15), Euclid Avenue, Toledo, stray picked up by a control officer.
Dachshund mix, orange male, unlicensed, veterinarian recommended euthanasia/quality of life (severe respiratory disease with labored breathing, mature cataract, curved spine suggestive of severe arthritis and spondylosis, reluctant to walk, arthritic and painful knees and hips, severe dental disease with infected gums, underweight, muscle wasting, weak, refusing to eat, very poor prognosis), Parkwood Boulevard, Toledo, stray picked up by a control officer.
Dogs adopted out June 17 under the direction of Lucas County Canine Care & Control Director Julie Lyle:
Breed and description; location seized; charge (if applicable):
German shepherd mix, black male, Ravine Park Village, Toledo, stray brought to the shelter.
“Pit bull” mix, black and white female, Maumee Avenue, Tole-do, stray brought to the shelter.
Boxer, brindle and white female, surrendered by Gerald Lacure, Fassett Street, Toledo.
Go to toledoblade.com/doglogterms for a glossary of the terms used in the dog log.