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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Only 15 dogs left from Kinsman raid

Click the picture on the right to see the remaining 15 dogs - of 162 originals - still homeless after the raid on the Humane Sanctuary in Kinsman on Feb. 12.

To bring that number down to zip, the Canfield Boarding Kennel will hold an open house from noon to 3 p.m. both Saturday, May 1, and Sunday, May 2.

All are spayed or neutered and up to date on their shots.

Canfield Boarding Kennel is located at 525 W. Main St. (Rt. 224) in Canfield. For more information call Randy at 330-550-9170 or Chris at 330-647-2973.

The Animal Welfare League of Trumbull County, which seized 203 total animals from the Kinsman property, can be found at AnimalWelfareOhio.com.

"The following day, Amy from PAWS and Kris and Deb from Marilyn's Voice came in and offered their help - and were they a BIG help, and so was Marilyn," said Barbara Busko, the president of the AWLTC. "Subsequently Shana and Tisha from For the Love of Pits, came in and began the process of evaluating, taking photos and took dogs into their rescue and found other rescues to help.

"Through the collective efforts of so many people, including you, that we were able to accomplish so much."

For more pictures of the remaining dogs and accurate, update-to-date information on the group's dynamic efforts, visit and say you Like the AWL Facebook page.

-- Sandra M. Klepach, SKlepach@News-Herald.com

2 Comments:

Blogger Elvis said...

I am looking for a new dog to buy so just let me know when will this all be possible.
pets for sale

May 29, 2010 at 1:06 AM 
Blogger Just Ask Larry said...

I got a dog from Humane Sanctuary in Kinsman in February, 2009. It was a bitter, bitter cold day and those poor dogs had no real shelter. They were chained even inside the tiny enclosures in which they were held. It was clear that they never had a chance to run or get had adequate exercise, much less food or medical attention. My dog had heart worm, hook worm, tape worm, pin worms and ear infections. It cost me a lot just to get him to average health. He is a dear, however, my Larry. I love him and while not a perfect gentleman (last week he ate 14 corn muffins off a counter and hid eight more all over the house), he is a good dog and (I think) a grateful one. Thanks to all who sheltered or gave homes to these poor pups. They had a very difficult life before you came along

November 23, 2010 at 4:22 PM 

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