HOWLAND — The Trumbull County Canine Pound now will have the ability to cowl the adoption charge for native seniors and veterans seeking to undertake a canine, because of a donation.
Dan Polivka, former county commissioner, and Tom Shay, Braceville fiscal officer, hosted a fundraiser a few weeks in the past to lift cash for the pound and ended up with a $500 donation.
“Some folks would possibly desire a companion, so that is for them,” Polivka stated.
Sometimes, the adoption charge on the pound is $68, however this cash will go towards waiving that. The county had carried out one thing related up to now. Polivka stated he is considering internet hosting the fundraiser yearly.
On Nov. 6, he and Shay hosted a “Perch, Pierogies, Peach Cobbler and Polkas” fundraiser. Tickets have been $15 to attend at Aulizo’s Banquet Heart, with leisure by the Del Sinchak Band.
Michelle Goss, the county government canine warden, stated those that have an interest ought to name the pound. She hopes this cash will encourage these teams to undertake. “There are such a lot of advantages of getting a canine. You’ve got another person to like,” Goss stated.
Among the advantages she cited embody having a companion, train, higher dealing with stress and decreasing nervousness.
Proper now the pound has simply over 20 canine. Members of the general public who want to undertake can go to canine warden.co.trumbull.oh.us to see which canine can be found.