Animal shelter, Hamilton County dog wardens help dog after owner admitted to hospital

When a patient was admitted to the hospital this week and was desperate to not lose their dog, a Cincinnati animal shelter and the Hamilton County dog wardens made sure to provide the dog with the care it deserved.A hospital social worker reached out to Cincinnati Animal CARE, which is […]

When a patient was admitted to the hospital this week and was desperate to not lose their dog, a Cincinnati animal shelter and the Hamilton County dog wardens made sure to provide the dog with the care it deserved.A hospital social worker reached out to Cincinnati Animal CARE, which is a no-kill animal shelter, to tell them that a patient had been admitted to the hospital and would be there for an unknown amount of time. The shelter said the patient was “desperate to not lose their beloved dog” and arranged for the dog to be boarded.The only problem was there was no way to transport the dog to the boarding facility.Cincinnati Animal CARE’s community support department and the Hamilton County dog wardens stepped in to help the dog. One of Cincinnati Animal CARE’s officers was able to enter the patient’s home, calm the dog, take the dog for a walk and take her to a boarding facility, where she will be waiting until her owner is released from the hospital.Cincinnati Animal CARE takes pride in being a community resource center for those in Hamilton County.If you need help, you’re encouraged to email [email protected] here to learn more about Cincinnati Animal CARE.

When a patient was admitted to the hospital this week and was desperate to not lose their dog, a Cincinnati animal shelter and the Hamilton County dog wardens made sure to provide the dog with the care it deserved.

A hospital social worker reached out to Cincinnati Animal CARE, which is a no-kill animal shelter, to tell them that a patient had been admitted to the hospital and would be there for an unknown amount of time. The shelter said the patient was “desperate to not lose their beloved dog” and arranged for the dog to be boarded.

The only problem was there was no way to transport the dog to the boarding facility.

Cincinnati Animal CARE’s community support department and the Hamilton County dog wardens stepped in to help the dog. One of Cincinnati Animal CARE’s officers was able to enter the patient’s home, calm the dog, take the dog for a walk and take her to a boarding facility, where she will be waiting until her owner is released from the hospital.

Cincinnati Animal CARE takes pride in being a community resource center for those in Hamilton County.

If you need help, you’re encouraged to email [email protected]

Click here to learn more about Cincinnati Animal CARE.

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