Animal Welfare League


Champaign County Animal Welfare League’s Pet of the Week is Blake, a one-year-old Spaniel/Aussie Cattle Dog mix. Blake has a happy attitude and is filled with puppy energy. He was surrendered to CCAWL because his owners did not have time for him. He is pretty well house-broken and readily responds to food training. We see him as being an excellent candidate for agility or as a 4-H project and would thrive on one-on-one attention. Blake is good with children but probably would chase a cat. He gets along with other dogs but prefers to do his own thing rather than hang with the pack. As with all Champaign County Animal Welfare League (CCAWL) pets, Blake was completely vetted before being put up for adoption. Included in the $130 adoption donation is spaying/neutering, vaccinations including rabies, worming, heart-worm testing and treated with flea and heart-worm prevention. CCAWL adopted dogs are all micro-chipped and have their 2016 dog license and dental cleaning. If you are interested in visiting Blake or any other of the adoptable pets at CCAWL, please call us at 937-834-5236. We are located at 3858 State Route 56, Mechanicsburg, OH, 43044. Dog and Cat adoption applications can be found online at www.champaigncoanimalwelfareleague.com. You may fax an adoption application to 937-834-5171. A complete listing of our available pets may be found at www.petfinder.com and www.adoptapet.com. The David Robert Wetzell Memorial Clinic is continuing to offer low-cost spaying and neutering to the public. This Clinic is for Low Cost Sterilizations and we also offer free TNR (trap, neuter, and return) to the citizens of Champaign County. Please call 937-834-5236 for further information and details. These are truly the “dog days of summer” so be sure to provide adequate water and shade for your outside dog to prevent over-heating. Remember, you are putting your dog at risk if you allow him/her to exercise too hard in this hot weather and then allow them to over-drink. This puts dogs particularly at risk for bloating.


Champaign County Animal Welfare League’s Pet of the Week is Blake, a one-year-old Spaniel/Aussie Cattle Dog mix. Blake has a happy attitude and is filled with puppy energy. He was surrendered to CCAWL because his owners did not have time for him. He is pretty well house-broken and readily responds to food training. We see him as being an excellent candidate for agility or as a 4-H project and would thrive on one-on-one attention. Blake is good with children but probably would chase a cat. He gets along with other dogs but prefers to do his own thing rather than hang with the pack. As with all Champaign County Animal Welfare League (CCAWL) pets, Blake was completely vetted before being put up for adoption. Included in the $130 adoption donation is spaying/neutering, vaccinations including rabies, worming, heart-worm testing and treated with flea and heart-worm prevention. CCAWL adopted dogs are all micro-chipped and have their 2016 dog license and dental cleaning. If you are interested in visiting Blake or any other of the adoptable pets at CCAWL, please call us at 937-834-5236. We are located at 3858 State Route 56, Mechanicsburg, OH, 43044. Dog and Cat adoption applications can be found online at www.champaigncoanimalwelfareleague.com. You may fax an adoption application to 937-834-5171. A complete listing of our available pets may be found at www.petfinder.com and www.adoptapet.com. The David Robert Wetzell Memorial Clinic is continuing to offer low-cost spaying and neutering to the public. This Clinic is for Low Cost Sterilizations and we also offer free TNR (trap, neuter, and return) to the citizens of Champaign County. Please call 937-834-5236 for further information and details. These are truly the “dog days of summer” so be sure to provide adequate water and shade for your outside dog to prevent over-heating. Remember, you are putting your dog at risk if you allow him/her to exercise too hard in this hot weather and then allow them to over-drink. This puts dogs particularly at risk for bloating.

Champaign County Animal Welfare League’s Pet of the Week is Blake, a one-year-old Spaniel/Aussie Cattle Dog mix. Blake has a happy attitude and is filled with puppy energy. He was surrendered to CCAWL because his owners did not have time for him. He is pretty well house-broken and readily responds to food training. We see him as being an excellent candidate for agility or as a 4-H project and would thrive on one-on-one attention. Blake is good with children but probably would chase a cat. He gets along with other dogs but prefers to do his own thing rather than hang with the pack. As with all Champaign County Animal Welfare League (CCAWL) pets, Blake was completely vetted before being put up for adoption. Included in the $130 adoption donation is spaying/neutering, vaccinations including rabies, worming, heart-worm testing and treated with flea and heart-worm prevention. CCAWL adopted dogs are all micro-chipped and have their 2016 dog license and dental cleaning. If you are interested in visiting Blake or any other of the adoptable pets at CCAWL, please call us at 937-834-5236. We are located at 3858 State Route 56, Mechanicsburg, OH, 43044. Dog and Cat adoption applications can be found online at www.champaigncoanimalwelfareleague.com. You may fax an adoption application to 937-834-5171. A complete listing of our available pets may be found at www.petfinder.com and www.adoptapet.com. The David Robert Wetzell Memorial Clinic is continuing to offer low-cost spaying and neutering to the public. This Clinic is for Low Cost Sterilizations and we also offer free TNR (trap, neuter, and return) to the citizens of Champaign County. Please call 937-834-5236 for further information and details. These are truly the “dog days of summer” so be sure to provide adequate water and shade for your outside dog to prevent over-heating. Remember, you are putting your dog at risk if you allow him/her to exercise too hard in this hot weather and then allow them to over-drink. This puts dogs particularly at risk for bloating.
http://urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Blake-for-July-23.jpgChampaign County Animal Welfare League’s Pet of the Week is Blake, a one-year-old Spaniel/Aussie Cattle Dog mix. Blake has a happy attitude and is filled with puppy energy. He was surrendered to CCAWL because his owners did not have time for him. He is pretty well house-broken and readily responds to food training. We see him as being an excellent candidate for agility or as a 4-H project and would thrive on one-on-one attention. Blake is good with children but probably would chase a cat. He gets along with other dogs but prefers to do his own thing rather than hang with the pack. As with all Champaign County Animal Welfare League (CCAWL) pets, Blake was completely vetted before being put up for adoption. Included in the $130 adoption donation is spaying/neutering, vaccinations including rabies, worming, heart-worm testing and treated with flea and heart-worm prevention. CCAWL adopted dogs are all micro-chipped and have their 2016 dog license and dental cleaning. If you are interested in visiting Blake or any other of the adoptable pets at CCAWL, please call us at 937-834-5236. We are located at 3858 State Route 56, Mechanicsburg, OH, 43044. Dog and Cat adoption applications can be found online at www.champaigncoanimalwelfareleague.com. You may fax an adoption application to 937-834-5171. A complete listing of our available pets may be found at www.petfinder.com and www.adoptapet.com. The David Robert Wetzell Memorial Clinic is continuing to offer low-cost spaying and neutering to the public. This Clinic is for Low Cost Sterilizations and we also offer free TNR (trap, neuter, and return) to the citizens of Champaign County. Please call 937-834-5236 for further information and details. These are truly the “dog days of summer” so be sure to provide adequate water and shade for your outside dog to prevent over-heating. Remember, you are putting your dog at risk if you allow him/her to exercise too hard in this hot weather and then allow them to over-drink. This puts dogs particularly at risk for bloating.
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