Medina County Animal Shelter
2020 Dog Licenses are on sale!
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Found a Lost Dog? Conduct a License Search
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Animals Currently Available for Adoption
Below is a list of dogs currently available at our shelter. The adoption list is updated daily, and may only be a partial listing of the animals that need a loving home. For more information, please call or visit the Animal Shelter.
All stray dogs at our shelter are scanned for micro-chips, but a dog license is always the sure ticket home. All of the dogs listed are current on DHPP, Bordetella, and dewormed.
Fox8 News Segment
The Medina County Animal Shelter staff, Nikki and Julie, were recently on Fox8 News! Watch the video here.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Medina County Animal Shelter. After you have completed the application, please feel free to drop it off at the shelter, email it to email@example.com, or mail it in.
Donation Wish List:
Leashes, Collars, Pet Safe Salt, Towels, Treats
Ohio Dog Laws
Sec. 955.10 Tags To Be Worn:
Every registered dog, except dogs constantly confined to registered kennels, shall at all times wear a valid tag issued in connection with the certificate evidencing such registration. Failure at any time to wear such tag shall be prima-facie evidence of lack of registration and shall subject any dog found not wearing such tag to impounding, sale or destruction.
Sec. 955.21 Failure to Register Dog:
No owner, keeper, or harborer of a dog more than three months of age, nor owner of a dog kennel, shall fail to file the application for registration required be section 955.01 of the Ohio Revised Code, nor shall he fail to pay the legal fee therefor.
Sec. 955.22 Confinement of Dogs:
No owner, keeper, or harborer of any dog shall fail at any time to keep it either physically confined or restrained upon the premises of the owner, keeper, or harborer by a leash, tether, adequate fence, supervision, or secure enclosure to prevent escape, or under reasonable control of some person, except when the dog is lawfully engaged in hunting accompanied by the owner, keeper, or harborer or a handler.