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.
By Dean Wright - firstname.lastname@example.org
Cinnamon is a two-and-a-half-year-old “Pocket Pit Bull” mix, as shelters called her. She is high energy and good with children and adults. Shelter workers say she would best be suited to a one-dog home as she can have trouble associating with other animals.
Dolly is a roughly one-and-a-half-year-old English Pointer mix. She is good with people and animals. Shelter workers say she may potentially be pregnant.
Joey is a two-year-old hound mix. She is good with dogs and people. Shelter workers say she is medium energy and likes her baths.
Roxie is a six-year-old teacup chihuahua. She was taken into shelter care because her elderly owner had a decline in health. Roxie is house-trained, spayed, chipped and good with children and other dogs. She is a shy low-energy animal and would make a fitting companion for someone with a low-key lifestyle.