Monday May 2nd, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Laura Simmons, Community Outreach Coordinator (419) 213-2806
The Lucas County Canine Care & Control Hosts: “Will You Be My Mom?” Mother’s Day Adoption Special
Toledo, OH – Lucas County Canine Care & Control (LC4) is excited to host its first Mother’s Day adoption promotion. This year’s theme is “Will You Be My Mom?” which runs May 7th and 8th, and is held at the Canine Care Center, located at 410 S. Erie Street in Toledo.
Not all moms have two-legged children and if you are looking to add a furry family member to your family now is the perfect time. All dog adoptions include a spayed or neutered dog, initial vaccines, deworming, heartworm testing, and a microchip with registration. During this event the adoption fee is reduced from $100 to only $50! The adopter is still responsible for purchasing a 2016 dog license.
“If you are looking for someone to love you unconditionally, a wonderful canine companion may be just what you’re looking for,” said Julie Lyle, Lucas County Canine Care & Control Director. “We have a variety of great dogs looking for someone to call Mom (or Dad).”
Bring mom in to meet some four-legged friends, or become a new mom by adopting a special friend. All new moms will receive a special gift of an “I love my mom” dog tag and a plant with their adoption. There are currently over 60 dogs looking to find homes of their very own.
We will also have adoptable dogs at the Petco, on the corner of Talmadge and Monroe, Saturday May 7th, between 12pm and 4pm, and several of our dogs can be viewed that same day at Maumee Geeks, next to LA Fitness on Conant Street in Maumee, between 11am and 4pm.
If you want to share the love but not able to bring a furry family member home right now, LC4 is always looking for donations of old towels, blankets, treats and toys, and anyone interested in becoming a volunteer is invited to stop in and fill out an application.