Homes for dogs

Columbiana County Dog Warden Heidi Pecorelli (holding “Chance”), dog trainer Paul Anthony Jr., from left, Columbiana County Commissioner Mike Halleck and Diane Less, Angels for Animals founder, recently met at the dog pound to discuss efforts to increase adoptions and other dog-related issues. Anthony works with dogs from the county pound at a Pennsylvania prison training program. Halleck and Less worked together to establish one of Ohio’s first dog pound spay neuter programs in 2004. Since then, thousands of stray dogs have been “fixed” which has saved an untold number of unwanted dogs from being born to suffer needlessly. Less is currently leading a $10 million fundraising campaign to expand the Angels facility to increase cat and dog adoptions along with spays/neuters. For more information call Less at 330-502-5352. (Submitted photo)


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