Animal Protective League

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  • 5970 Green Rd

    Ashtabula, OH 44004

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  • 440-224-1222

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wonderfull, the staff is so dedicated and work very hard. I am surprised at the anger of people when the APL are unable to take their one loved pets...they are overcrowded . When you took a pet you also took on a obligation and you need to honor that...but you dont you just look for an easy way to dump your problems. people like that make me sick,,so inmature, so me me me

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wonderfull, the staff is so dedicated and work very hard. I am surprised at the anger of people when the APL are unable to take their one loved pets...they are overcrowded . When you took a pet you also took on a obligation and you need to honor that...but you dont you just look for an easy way to dump your problems. people like that make me sick,,so inmature, so me me me

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They don't take pets,they take strays.If you go to move & can't take your pets,what to do?Well,what would you do if you look to move and a place won't take your kids?Same difference!Our APL does their best with very little.I commend the employees & volunteers for their valiant efforts.
I am going to call to see if I can volunteer.If everyone in the county would just donate something,even just a few dollars a year it would make a huge difference to these poor rejected,thrown away animals.
Don't blame APL because the won't take your pet.It's a pet,that's a lifelong commitment.It's your job to find a way to meet your responsibility to that pet.Just as if it were your child.A pet is your child,it's life is in your hands.

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They don't take pets,they take strays.If you go to move & can't take your pets,what to do?Well,what would you do if you look to move and a place won't take your kids?Same difference!Our APL does their best with very little.I commend the employees & volunteers for their valiant efforts.
I am going to call to see if I can volunteer.If everyone in the county would just donate something,even just a few dollars a year it would make a huge difference to these poor rejected,thrown away animals.
Don't blame APL because the won't take your pet.It's a pet,that's a lifelong commitment.It's your job to find a way to meet your responsibility to that pet.Just as if it were your child.A pet is your child,it's life is in your hands.

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Channel 8 Cleveland news covered an article about Ashtabula APL and showed overcrowding at the facility with Euthanasia as a partial answer.
We decided to purchase a dog, so we traveled from Mansfield to Ashtabula to pick up a dog we had seen on the news, which was a mixed bulldog breed (Jodi) . While there, I noticed an over population of animals and a dedicated staff trying to coap with the problem. Many cages were filled with two dogs intended for one. The staff works in many ways to re-introduce the dogs and cats back into society I:E pet showings on the weekends My heart goes out to the staff and rejected animals that are a product of a "Throw Away" society.

Oh bye the way, Jodi the bulldog mix I picked up at the Ashtabula APL is one of the most loving,playful,personable dogs I have ever had, so remember when thinking of getting a cat or dog try the pound or APL first.

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★★★★★

Channel 8 Cleveland news covered an article about Ashtabula APL and showed overcrowding at the facility with Euthanasia as a partial answer.
We decided to purchase a dog, so we traveled from Mansfield to Ashtabula to pick up a dog we had seen on the news, which was a mixed bulldog breed (Jodi) . While there, I noticed an over population of animals and a dedicated staff trying to coap with the problem. Many cages were filled with two dogs intended for one. The staff works in many ways to re-introduce the dogs and cats back into society I:E pet showings on the weekends My heart goes out to the staff and rejected animals that are a product of a "Throw Away" society.

Oh bye the way, Jodi the bulldog mix I picked up at the Ashtabula APL is one of the most loving,playful,personable dogs I have ever had, so remember when thinking of getting a cat or dog try the pound or APL first.

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We recently moved to an apt. that our pets were not welcome. We called them to try and place our dog and cat. They said they had no room for animals who weren't strays. We said "yet"...we called and called to no avail...we would wind up forcing our animals off on family and friends as we got zero help from them.

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We recently moved to an apt. that our pets were not welcome. We called them to try and place our dog and cat. They said they had no room for animals who weren't strays. We said "yet"...we called and called to no avail...we would wind up forcing our animals off on family and friends as we got zero help from them.

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