GALLIPOLIS — The Gallia County K-9 Shelter is always on the lookout to provide adoption opportunities for stray and unwanted dogs. For more information on how to begin the dog adoption process, contact the shelter at (740) 441-0207. Gallia County K-9 Shelter does not handle animal cases outside of dogs.
Greta is a Red-Tick Beagle who is two years old. She is good with dogs and children and is low energy. Shelter workers say she likes to “talk.”
According to shelter workers, Marry-Ann is a purebred Belgian Malinois. She is a little over a year old. She gets along well with most dogs but may need to be introduced slowly to them. She is shy with people but warms up quickly. She is good with children as well.
Wilma is a pure-bred Mountain Cur, according to shelter workers. She is a high-energy dog, roughly a year old, and good with children and other dogs. Mountain Curs are bred for hunting small game like raccoons and squirrels, but have, at times, been used for hog hunting.
Puppy is a 13-year-old Pit Bull mix. Shelter workers advise that she remain the only dog in a house, but that she has no problem being among cats. Apparently in her last home, she learned to get along with a few felines.