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The Lucas Co. animal shelter will have about 170 dogs this Christmas

Toledo, Ohio — After more than a decade of service, says Community Outreach Coordinator Cassie Bloomfield. Lucas County Dog Care and Management The holidays are said to be the toughest time of the year for animal shelters.

“For me, the holidays never come easy. It’s a little sad for them, but we always try to go above and beyond,” Bloomfield said.

LC4 says they’re trying to make it a little more homely for animals at this time of year.

“It’s very sad that they have to go on another vacation without their family,” Bloomfield said. “Snacks are a big thing for them and they make the experience more comfortable.”

The shelter is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Even in severe weather conditions, the shelter has a group of volunteers who come to walk and play with them to keep their minds and bodies active.

And they are always looking for more volunteers.

“On days like today, we need people who are willing to endure the cold and come to shelter,” said Anna Brogan, LC4’s Community Engagement Manager.

Brogan says watching the animals in the kennel and home is one of the hardest parts of her job

“It’s an emotionally taxing job and it’s really hard to see the dogs in the kennel all day every day,” Brogan said.

The Lucas County Dog Care and Management Shelter has more than 170 dogs spending Christmas this year. That’s why they appreciate volunteers.

“The volunteers who come in these circumstances are dedicated people.”

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https://www.wtol.com/article/news/local/lucas-county-canine-control-employees-say-seeing-so-many-animals-without-a-home-is-tough/512-2c69f462-969c-416f-97ed-ae749f1b980e The Lucas Co. animal shelter will have about 170 dogs this Christmas

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