Sheriff: More than 100 dogs removed from Miami County home have been adopted

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MIAMI COUNTY, Ohio (WDTN) – All of the dogs that were removed from a Miami County home on Monday have been adopted, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

There are still four pregnant dogs whose litters will likely be ready for adoption in two to four weeks.

Sheriff Duchak notes that the animal shelter still has many other dogs available who are looking for good homes.

Miami County sheriff deputies, along with personnel from the Miami County Animal Shelter, Miami County Health Department, and Miami County Children’s Services executed a search warrant in the 3300 block of Peebles Road in Concord Township Monday. 

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In all, 125 dogs were found at the residence and 122 were immediately relinquished.

Additionally, the shelter is no longer in need of dog food or dog bed thanks to the generosity of the community. However, the shelter does need flea and tick medicines, and slip leads for anyone wishing to donate.

Sheriff Duchak thanked the community for their quick response and support for the pups, saying:

The Miami County Sheriff’s Office, Miami County Commissioners Office, and the staff at the Miami County Animal Shelter would like to thank everyone in the community for their generosity in donations and overwhelming support in helping resolve placement of the dogs.  It was truly amazing the amount of support received from the community on such short notice.

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