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Dogs for Adoption

All dogs get a little heaven at Metrobarks event

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Corinne Whewell, of Maumee, and an employee of the Metroparks in the programming department, with one of three shepherd mix puppies available for adoption through Planned Pethood.

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"Half + Half", a trio from the Toledo School for the Arts, in performance at the event. Players are, from left: pianist Shane Russell, drummer Brandon Benson, and bassist Ethan Van Wormer. All live in Toledo. Benson is a 2013 graduate of TSA, Van Wormer and Russell are rising juniors.

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Bob Reinbolt, of Toledo, accepts the winner's trophy on behalf of Katie, his German Shepherd who is the winner of the 2013 Toledo Blade Pet Idol contest.

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Bob Reinbolt, of Toledo, with the winner's trophy on behalf of Katie, his German Shepherd who is the winner of the 2013 Toledo Blade Pet Idol contest.

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Barbara Goodwin, of Ottawa Hills, left, Jim Irwin, of Detroit, holding Cutie; Dennis Duffer, and Patricia Duffer holding Rajesh, right. Patricia Duffer asys that Rajesh is a two and one half pound long-haired Chihuahua that is a cardiac alert dog.

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Jackie Johnson,of Toledo, left, speaking with Mona Guinaugh, of Toledo and with Planned Pethood, Inc., about three Shepherd mix puppies available from Planned Pethood, Inc.

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The Toledo Blade Pet Idol contests finalists before the announcement of the winner is made.

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Nick Latta, of Toledo, left, and Leah Sanders, also of Toledo, show off "London" to Lucas County Dog Warden's office veterinarian Dr. Cindy Thurston, D.V.M. London was a "stray with multiple bite wounds, skinny and scared", when the Labrador mix arrived at the dog warden's. After more than a month of medical treatment, she was taken by Planned Pethood, and is being fostered by Latta and Sanders.

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