Home About Us  |  Contact 

Adoptable Pets 
Strays  |  How You Can Help  |  Special Events Pet Care Info  |  Second Chance Thrift Store


Lost Your Pet?

Stray Dogs

Stray Cats

Found a Stray?







Updated on Mar 22, 2017
( 6:58 pm )

Date Admitted
Breed
Sex
Color
Age
Where Found
Picture #

2/22/17 Rottweiler - Mix Neutered Black & Tan w/ wht on chest 7 Yrs,
8 Mos
Oak St.
Springboro
55059
3/21/17 St. Bernard - Mix Female Black, White & Brown 2 Yrs Laird Rd.
Atlantic
(E. Fallowfield Twp.)
55069
3/21/17 Hound - Mix Female Tan Black w/ wht on toes & tail 1 Yr Russell Rd.
Cambridge Springs
(Woodcock Twp.)
55071

Animals entered into our Shelter after 5:00 pm may not be listed on our website until the next update.

State Law requires that we hold stray dogs 48 hours from the time of arrival at our Shelter before being placed up for adoption. The Crawford County Humane Society tries to keep all of our animals as long as possible, but there is no set length of time after this 48 hour period for which these strays will be held. (By separate arrangement, stray dogs that have been picked up from within Meadville city limits will be held for 72 hours from the time of arrival at our Shelter.)

Copyright @ 2010 Crawford County Humane Society. All rights reserved.

Reproduction of this website and its contents are strictly prohibited.