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SPECIAL NOTICE - Updated 6/12/20

Ohio has opened back up and adoptions have begun. We are working through the many applications that were in a holding pattern during the Governor's executive order as well as working through the new applications arriving daily. As the threat of this virus still exists, we are implementing the following procedures:

We will limit the number of physical home inspections and may request virtual inspections via pictures, FaceTime or videos.

There may be no public adoption events for the remainder of 2020. These have been the only opportunity to meet our dogs without submitting an application and becoming approved. If they do resume again, there will be safety measures in place that must be followed.

We will conduct private meet & greets only with approved applications and at the place of our choosing. We request that all people at the meet and greet wear a mask for the protection of our volunteers.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding of the 'new normal'.

Hello - My Name's Lacey



Age: 10 yrs
Sex: Female
Breed: Cocker Spaniel
CCRID#: 2085
Just the Facts
11/1/20 Lacey died overnight in the hospital. Vets feel she probably threw a clot with all her medical issues and depressed immune system. We're all very sad..... :-(( 11/1/20 Lacey has a number of medical issues going on that have not been sorted out yet. Her immune system is out of whack to the point some medications are causing severe side effects. They bejng said, she is not adoptable at this time .... and may not ever be. 9/17/20 Lacey is doing very well. She likes her crate and is eating well. She had an episode of ringworm which is not in month 2 of oral treatment and 2x/week baths. Her fur looks great and skin only has a few dry spots. She'll be ready for her new home soon !! 8/9/20 Lacey went on a home visit but just didn’t work out because of house training issues. She is a very active girl who will require time to adjust to a new home and training. Foster homes have noted she needs to be taken out more frequently, sometimes without any indication she needs to. Another dog in the home is recommended. She loves attention and will settle. Her weight and skin are looking great since starting thyroid medicine. Please call if you think she’s a fit for your family. 1.2.20 Lacey, Chad and Trevor were pulled from a senior's home who was unable to care for them properly due to her age and senility. Clermont Co HS asked that we take them. We have been months getting them in shape for possible adoption. Trevor unfortunately has a huge mass that is inoperable and he is currently in hospice care - and doing very well. Chad and Lacey are now ready for spay/neuter and dental surgery. Both are very happy and enjoyable furkids. Photos will be loaded soon.
More About Me
Shots: Current on Shots
Altered: Spayed
Housetraining: Unknown
Crate Training: Unknown
Special Needs: Hypothyroid
Things You Should Know
Fenced Yard: Fenced Yard Required
Children: No Children Under 12 Please
Other Dogs: I get along with other Dogs
Cats: Unknown
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