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.
Richard Stewart, director of Lucas County Canine Care and Control.
Dogs killed Nov. 15 under the direction of Richard Stewart, director of the Lucas County Canine Care & Control:
Breed and description; reason; intake type and date with location found if stray. Dogs killed for poor behavior on body-handling and resource-guarding assessments are scored on a scale of 5, with higher scores being more aggressive. Dog-aggression assessments are not scored:
Presa Canario, black and white female, unlicensed; veterinarian recommended euthanasia/quality of life (Not eating, slow-moving, fever, worsening swelling in front leg, intolerant of handling, not wanting to move); stray taken to shelter Nov. 3 by Jeremiah Wertz, Tremainsville Road, Toledo, from Woodville Road, Toledo.
“Pit bull” mix, gray and white male, unlicensed; fearful/unsafe; surrendered Nov. 13 by Monique Clapsaddle, Homestead Street, Toledo.
Dog transferred Nov. 15 to Animal House Rescue under the direction of Richard Stewart, director of the Lucas County Canine Care & Control:
Breed and description; intake type and date with location found if stray:
“Pit bull,” brown and white female; stray taken to shelter Oct. 25 by Cherrie Bohlke, Sumner Street, Toledo, from Walbridge Avenue, Toledo.
Go to toledoblade.com/doglogterms for a glossary of the terms used in the dog log.