Trumbull county dog pound

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Trumbull county dog pound

What can I do to make sense out of this? The trumbull county dog pound has a history of being a “home” for rescue dogs. Recently the shelter has placed some of these rescued dogs up for adoption. I find it baffling that the trumbull county dog pound is in the news as a home for the rescued dogs in my area. Is it a safe haven? Does the shelter take good care of these rescued dogs? Who is paying for the food, medication and housing for the dogs? Can a dog with a history of violence be kept in the “home” for dogs? I have no idea what I would do if I was given a dog with a violent background. Am I just ignorant to the “truth” or is this a major “cover-up” of neglect by the shelter? I’m just wondering what kind of dogs do you think are good matches for the shelter?

I know someone who is interested in fostering, but doesn’t know where to start. I will be helping her by talking with people about the dogs available in the trumbull county dog pound so that she can make a good decision. I hope to make a positive difference for someone’s life.

I just found out that the trumbull county dog pound was in the news again this week, for reasons that I do not understand. Why can’t this shelter just have a few dogs to adopt out and not worry about how many dogs they have? They seem to be adding new dogs into their shelter all the time, with no rhyme or reason to me as to why. Why can’t they place the dogs into homes while waiting for placement or adoption? Why do they have to take in more and more dogs? How can I help this shelter so that it can focus on the rescue dogs that it has placed into good homes? What can I do to help this shelter?

I also know someone who is interested in fostering but has a small fenced-in yard and is not sure that they can take care of four dogs at the same time. What type of dog(s) should be rescued and what type of dog(s) can she foster? What other options are there for her to take?

You know what I don’t understand about the trumbull county dog pound? They took in a dog that they know that I have been looking for. We emailed back and forth and are now waiting for them to call me. They have yet to call. I don’t know if the dog is available for adoption. What do you think?

I got a lot of negative responses to my post about the trumbull county dog pound. Some folks are concerned that I am trying to blame the shelter for what the shelters manager did. There is no evidence that he did this intentionally. I didn’t say that he did this on purpose, but I’m not convinced that he did not. He knows that I am looking for an old English corgi. A few weeks ago, I emailed him to see if the corgi was still available. I didn’t hear back from him. He told me to email the shelter and I did. I emailed the same shelter about two weeks later and received a response from a different employee. She said that the old English corgi is no longer available but did not say whether or not it was adopted. So, I emailed the manager again and did not get a response from him. Then, after six weeks, he called me and said that he did not know what happened to the corgi that I was looking for. I emailed him about how we got so far apart and he stated that the dog is no longer available for adoption. I did not give up and asked him if there were any other corgis available for me. He said yes. We talked about what I was looking for and he decided to get me a corgi. He said I should know it would be a black and tan, as that’s all he had available. I told him about what I wanted and then he went ahead and got me a black and tan puppy. When I went to pick her up, I told him that I liked her. I didn’t just say that because he was being nice. He gave me a small treat to give her. The next thing I knew, I was driving to pick her up. I asked if I could take her home and he said yes. I thought the pup was a good weight, around 10-12 pounds. I paid for her the next day. I just wanted to clarify what happened to the black and tan English corgi that I was looking for. If the shelter was not open to adoption, why did they say that the dog was still available for adoption?

Hi and thanks for your comment,

This is a pretty old question and was something we have seen a lot of people ask, so we’d like to share our experience with you. The shelter said they had a black and tan corgi, then they said the dog had been adopted, and we understand that can happen. We asked them if they could get us another corgi. In most cases when shelters say “the dog has been adopted”, it’s because they already have their adoption fee paid or some other deal has been made for the dog and they are just saying that it’s in their possession. But they are not necessarily out of the dog yet, so in some cases we will get another one. However, that is the exception, not the rule, because we have gotten hundreds of comments about people saying that the shelter got rid of their dog and didn’t have any more, but that is not necessarily the case. So if a shelter tells you that they’ve got your dog “out” of their program and their adoption fee has been paid, that doesn’t mean that your dog has been adopted. Don’t get alarmed. That is an important thing for you to understand. And don’t let the shelters tell you that the dog is no longer available for adoption. There are many stories of shelters getting rid of a dog and then being able to get them back into the shelter. They do it for a number of reasons. Sometimes they have a better match than the person who adopted them and it needs to be re-adopted to another person. Sometimes they get a second adoption fee and the people that adopted the dog get to keep it. Sometimes they have issues with the dog and aren’t willing to re-home it. You can also get someone who has an offer in for your dog. A lot of people are looking for the right puppy and when someone adopts your dog, they will often ask if they can take the puppy home, too. This happens frequently. If you’ve got a dog in the right age group, a lot of people will say yes. So, you never know.

Do you have any tips for people who are ready to adopt their dog?

Well, if you’ve got one or two questions and you want to ask someone on your Facebook page, there’s no better way to get the answer than to ask the question. Then if you’re having trouble or you’re not getting the answer you want to be able to respond and let them know that there is a problem or something they can do to help. Sometimes people really don’t know, so if you say, “I’m not getting the answer I need,” they’re going to say, “I don’t


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