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Morrow County Dog Shelter

Facts about me

Breed
Anatolian Shepherd
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn - with Black
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Weight
Sex
Pet ID
18055702-6

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred

My story

Bea Bea: Arrived 1/12/2022----Bea Bea was abandoned by her previous owner. She has NEVER had a collar or leash on. She is a work in progress and we are doing our best to make her comfortable. She has not directly been introduced to dogs here BUT reacts ok to some through the fence. She is ok with cats BUT be aware if left unattended (which was the case with her) she will get bored and possibly chase and antagonize cats, chickens and other critters. SHE NEEDS TRAINING.

Bea Bea was basically on a property for nearly a year with very little training. She was socialized with the people who visited and stayed at the property on occasion but was never formally trained and has no clue what basic commands are.
She was left alone for nearly a month. Fortunately we took care of her during that time until we were finally able to confine her and get her to the shelter.

She is a large 1 yr old Anatolian Shepherd. She is not able to be adopted immediately. We are in the process of introducing her to things that she was never introduced to before.
She is friendly---but she is also fiercely protective and not a breed/dog for everyone.
RESCUE with a foster based program would do her justice....so we are actively looking for rescue.

Here is her TikTok video---
https://www.tiktok.com/@cani.../video/7053991612090731781...

Morrow County Dog Shelter, Mt. Gilead, OH. 419-946-1747

August 5, 2022, 2:36 pm

Bea Bea: Arrived 1/12/2022----Bea Bea was abandoned by her previous owner. She has NEVER had a collar or leash on. She is a work in progress and we are doing our best to make her comfortable. She has not directly been introduced to dogs here BUT reacts ok to some through the fence. She is ok with cats BUT be aware if left unattended (which was the case with her) she will get bored and possibly chase and antagonize cats, chickens and other critters. SHE NEEDS TRAINING.

Bea Bea was basically on a property for nearly a year with very little training. She was socialized with the people who visited and stayed at the property on occasion but was never formally trained and has no clue what basic commands are.
She was left alone for nearly a month. Fortunately we took care of her during that time until we were finally able to confine her and get her to the shelter.

She is a large 1 yr old Anatolian Shepherd. She is not able to be adopted immediately. We are in the process of introducing her to things that she was never introduced to before.
She is friendly---but she is also fiercely protective and not a breed/dog for everyone.
RESCUE with a foster based program would do her justice....so we are actively looking for rescue.

Here is her TikTok video---
https://www.tiktok.com/@cani.../video/7053991612090731781...

Morrow County Dog Shelter, Mt. Gilead, OH. 419-946-1747

August 5, 2022, 2:36 pm
Shelter

Morrow County Dog Shelter

Contact info
Pet ID
18055702-6
Contact
Website
Address
Mt. Gilead, OH 43338
Donation

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Adoption fee of $130 includes vaccination, rabies vaccination, spay/neuter with pain injection after surgery, heartworm test for dogs over 6 months, and a County Dog License.
Adoption fee of $130 includes vaccination, rabies vaccination, spay/neuter with pain injection after surgery, heartworm test for dogs over 6 months, and a County Dog License.

Go meet their pets

We are located on the Morrow County Fairgrounds At 115 Young Ave. Mt. Gilead, OH 43338 We are open Sat-Sun 11-2 Mon-Friday 11-4
We are located on the Morrow County Fairgrounds At 115 Young Ave. Mt. Gilead, OH 43338 We are open Sat-Sun 11-2 Mon-Friday 11-4

More about this shelter

We are a county funded shelter. Our operating budget is very limited. We are open to take in strays and owner turn-ins. We only have 29 kennels and our focus is to promote and adopt out the dogs we take in. We try to learn basic information on the dogs, if they know basic commands, are spayed or neutered, good with other dogs, etc. We do have helpful volunteers that will take a dog home to see how they are in a home situation. As with most shelters we do not know everything about each dog. Our fees to adopt are low. We CANNOT guarantee the health of any animal.
We are a county funded shelter. Our operating budget is very limited. We are open to take in strays and owner turn-ins. We only have 29 kennels and our focus is to promote and adopt out the dogs we take in. We try to learn basic information on the dogs, if they know basic commands, are spayed or neutered, good with other dogs, etc. We do have helpful volunteers that will take a dog home to see how they are in a home situation. As with most shelters we do not know everything about each dog. Our fees to adopt are low. We CANNOT guarantee the health of any animal.