Lost & Found:
The following report was prepared and submitted by the Wyandot County Humane Society on, February 12, 2018 and is correct as of that date:
Pets reported as missing since the last report that have not been found include:
A male Norwegian Elkhound, a white male Chihuahua mix with tan spots, an older tan toy Poodle, a neutered male chocolate Lab, a brown and white male Pit Bull, an older red Pomeranian, a brown male Chihuahua, and a brindle and white male Boxer.
Animals in stray since the last report that are still at the shelter include:
A black and white female Pit Bull.
Found animals since the last report include:
No animals were reported to the Humane Society as found.
If you’re missing a pet, or if you find a pet, call us here at the Humane Society, we have staff available 8am to 10 pm, 7 days a week, and we’ll try to get everyone back home where they should be. The Humane Society is located on Co Hwy 330 in Upper Sandusky, the first house on the right past the CSX railroad tracks. There is also a drop-off receiving station on State Route 199, just south of Carey at Tymochtee Creek that is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Pick-up, rescue, and capture services are available when necessary. WCHS never charges a fee for the above referenced services, nor for animal surrender. However, donations to help cover expenses for caring for your animal are greatly appreciated. The regular hours for visiting or adopting are Monday thru Thursday, 1 PM to 5 PM and Saturday, 11 AM to 2 PM. If you’re unable to make it during these times, additional appointments can be arranged by calling (419)294-4477.