The Carroll County Dog Pound is a government facility that operates under the polices set forth by the county officials. The Dog Pound takes in strays and owner surrenders to provide a safe place to house dogs and allow them the opportunity to be claimed or adopted. See us on Facebook at Friends of the Carroll County Dog Pound, Ohio and at www.carroll.petfinder.org
Come Meet Our Pets...
The Carroll County Dog Pound is located at 2185 Kensington Rd. NE, Route 9, Carrollton, OH 44615, 330-627-4244. The hours for adoptions are Monday - Friday from 7:00am - 3:00pm, except holidays. All dogs have a limited amount of time to be adopted or rescued. Strays are held for 3 business days before they can be rescued or adopted. See us on Facebook at Friends of the Carroll County Dog Pound, Ohio or www.carroll.petfinder.org
88 miles south of Cleveland 62 miles southwest of Youngstown 88 miles north of Zanesville 52 miles southeast of Akron 142 miles east of Columbus
Our Adoption Process...
The adoption fee is $20 each and includes the dog license (mailed) and a 5-way vaccine. Stray dogs are held for at least three business days before being available for adoption. See us on Facebook at Friends of the Carroll County Dog Pound, Ohio and www.carroll.petfinder.org
Carroll County Dog Pound, 2185 Kensington Rd. NE, Route 9, Carrollton, Ohio 44615, 330-627-4244.Located southeast of the Akron/Canton area. The pound is open Monday-Friday, 7-3, except holidays. The adoption fee is $20 and includes the dog license, which will be mailed to you, and a 5-way shot. Dogs at the pound are strays and surrenders and are not health or temperament checked. If there is a dog that will be going up for adoption, and more than 1 person is interested, there will be a drawing that will be held at 7:15 the morning that dog is available. Any dog from any pound can be infected with parvo or other contagious diseases and should be isolated from your pets at home until examined or tested by a vet. All dogs and puppies recieve a 5-way shot. If you adopt a puppy who has been vaccinated it should not be given another parvo vaccination for at least two weeks. For information on parvo, please consult a veterinarian. The breeds listed are only our best guess. The pound is not able to comply with requests to hold dogs. Thank you.
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