The Pound Hours are Monday - Friday from 7AM - 4PM! Dog Warden Hours 7AM-3PM Welcome to Our Site! A special thank you to the Carrollton Tractor Supply Company for their recent donations.
If you would like to donate funds for pound fees, vetting, fostering or transporting dogs to safety, please use the PayPal Donate button below. Here is our current Wish List for needed items: THANKS FOR ALL THE DOG BEDS!
PayPal issues a 2% transaction fee, so please include that amount
with your donation. If you designate your donation as a gift, there is no transaction fee charged to the rescue group. Donations are tax-deductible.
All donations made through PayPal will go to rescue efforts
by the volunteers and do not go to the pound. The volunteers are not employed by the pound.
We use Patented Kuranda Dog Beds because they are durable, chew proof and easy to clean. If you would like to donate a bed to us, click here.
Welcome to Our Site!
A special thank you to the Carrollton Tractor Supply Company for their recent donations.
If you would like to donate funds for pound fees, vetting, fostering or transporting dogs to safety, please use the PayPal Donate button below.
Here is our current Wish List for needed items:
THANKS FOR ALL THE DOG BEDS!
The Carroll County Dog Pound is located southeast of the Akron/Canton area on Rt. 9 (2185 Kensington Road NE) in Carrollton OH 44615, 330-627-4244. We post updated photos of the pound dogs on Monday, and throughout the week as they are available.
Please check this site often as many new dogs are in need of good homes each week. These dogs have a limited amount of time.
Please read this page for important information. Rescues! Please contact: email@example.com
You may find any type of dog in the pound...large and small, young and old!
The breeds listed are only our best guess.
MILITARY Families and Dog & Cat Lovers: Check out the Military Pets Foster Program "KEEP LOVE WAITING" on www.netpets.org If you are being deployed, please check out this site before surrendering your pet to a shelter.
Animal lovers! Consider fostering a pet for a military family so they can be reunited after their tour of duty.
RENTERS! LANDLORDS! Check out these sites and others for pet owners who rent: www.rentwithpets.org and www.doghouseproperties.com
THANK YOU to all those who helped rescue dogs recently!
CARROLL COUNTY COMMUNITY: Please Note!
If you surrender a dog to the pound early Monday morning it has more of a chance to be adopted or rescued than if it is dropped off later in the week. Dogs surrendered late on Thursday or early Friday morning have little to no
chance of being adopted or rescued.
If you have found a stray dog, please advertise in the local newspapers.
The Canton newspaper will run a found ad for free.
Please Help STOP THE SENSELESS SLAUGHTER of Millions of Pets Every Year in Shelters Across Our Country! Here are three ways to save the lives of dogs: (1) Tag Your Pet! (2) Train Your Pet! (3) Spay or Neuter Your Pet!
This is a county operated animal control shelter. The Dog Warden complies with the policies and procedures set forth by the
Carroll County Commissioners.
Please check the Pet List daily for new photos.
Please be respectful to the Dog Warden and his staff. It is their
cooperation that allows dogs to be posted on this site!
The pound is open Monday-Friday from 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
If you want a dog that is currently listed, please adopt or rescue the dog before 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
The adoption fee of $18 includes a vaccination and the dog license,
which will be mailed to you. The pound is not able to comply with requests to hold dogs.
Dogs are adopted out to the public on a first come, first served basis.
This means the first person to actually come to the pound to adopt the dog,
not just see the dog or play with the dog or talk about the dog,
will be the one to receive the dog.
Please be aware that pound dogs are strays and surrenders and are not evaluated for temperament or health at the pound. Any dog from any pound may be exposed to parvo and other contagious diseases and should be isolated from other pets and pet areas until seen by your vet and the incubation period has passed.
If your adopted dog has received a vaccination at the pound, do not re-vaccinate for at least two weeks, and be aware that a parvo test on a vaccinated dog can result in a positive test result
due to the injected virus.
A contagious canine flu has symptoms similar to kennel cough.
Come Visit Us!
See our pets...one might fit right into your family!
The Dog Warden and his staff love to see their dogs find great new homes!
Spaying and neutering offers you and your pet many health and
behavior benefits and reduces the over-population of homeless animals who must be destroyed in shelters.
An identification tag can save the life of your dog!
Please attach a current dog license tag to the collar of your pet.
Please vaccinate your dogs against rabies and parvo!
Thank you for visiting our site! Please come back soon!
This site is maintained by volunteers,
not the staff of the dog pound.
The pound has no services to pull, hold, foster, transport or vet dogs.
The volunteers work independently of the pound.
Our capacity to pull, foster and transport dogs is limited.
Please contact us as early in the week as possible
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you desire help with adoption or rescue.
We provide space online for the public to view photos of the dogs available for adoption, but we make no claims as to the health, temperament, age or pedigree of any dog listed.