Muskingum County Dog Warden and Adoption Center met with County Commissioners

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ZANESVILLE – There are no more dogs at the Muskingum County Fairgrounds and they are all at the Muskingum County Dog Warden and Adoption Center.

The center has recently seen an abundance of dogs being adopted.

“We’ve been extra busy since we’ve been doing our adoption again. We’ve been doing online applications, adoption screenings, things like that, so far its been working out fairly good,” Head Dog Warden Bryan Catlin said.

The Adoption Center has a full schedule of dogs that need to be spayed or neutered. Catlin approached the County Commission to try to find a quicker and more efficient solution for getting this done.

“There’s a lot of vets in the area but a lot of them have their own clients so they’re kind of booked on their own especially recovering from the whole Covid while shut down. So, there’s a mobile unit. We’re trying to get their approval and suggestions for maybe getting one of those down here and we get a lot of them done at one time,” Catlin said.

Catlin does not yet have a timetable for when more spaying or neutering options may be made available.

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