of the week
GREENVILLE - The Darke County Animal Shelter has many pets available
for adoption, including several breeds of dogs, as well as cats and
kittens. The Shelter chooses pets to feature each week, this week
Willie is a 1 year old Coon dog mix. He is tri-color with short hair.
He is a friendly guy who weighs around 40 pounds. He is a love bug. He
is a little thin and could use a little weight added on. He walks well
on a leash. He is current on his shots. He is not a vocal dog and will
make a great companion. He is ready for adoption and looking for a good
Molly is a 9 year old Sheltie/Terrier mix. She is mostly black and
brown with some white. She has long hair. She is a friendly little girl
who does know some commands. She walks well on a leash. She is an older
girl, but will make a nice friend with the right family. Her hair is a
little thin on her back. She is current on her shots. She will make a
wonderful companion. She is looking for a special home to retire to.
They also have a terrier mix, a beagle, a coon dog , and numerous other
dogs ready for adoption. They also have cats and kittens for
They have had a tremendous adoption/redemption rate. If they don’t have
what you want now, please keep checking. The right dog might come in
tomorrow. The rate is over 80%. This success is due to the website, pet
finder, newspapers, word of mouth and radio. Their only social media
outlet is “The Darke County Friends of the Shelter”. Any other social
media postings are not affiliated or endorsed by the Darke County
The Shelter hours are 8am till 4:30pm Monday-Friday and 9:00 till noon
on Saturday. The Shelter is located at 5066 County Home Road in
Greenville, and the phone number is 547-1645.
2017 dog license can be purchased at the Auditor’s Office and the
You can get your license online at www.doglicense.us/oh/darke
ALL DOGS OVER 3 MONTHS OF AGE MUST HAVE A LICENSE. For more information
you can contact the Animal Shelter at 937-547-1645.
To see the dogs they have, go to their web site at
Please visit also the website of the Friends of the Shelter: