The Life of the Ohio County Dog Wardens
About the Book
This book is about the trouble your dog can get into if it isn't confined. If your dog is left loose all day while you are at work and when you return he is laying by your back door you assume he's been there all day. These stories will show you the different problems your dog can cause. I will, also, explain how your dog warden or animal control receives their money to service their county and pay their employees.
About the Author
I was born in Fremont, Ohio and graduated from Ross High School. I always had a love for animals. I married my next door neighbor boy and we raised 4 children, 2 boys and 2 girls. I finally got my first dog when I was a junior in high school. After I married we had German Shepherds,Great Danes, a Doberman, a Shetland Sheepdog, Collies, a poodle, but not at the same time. Right now my pal is Jake, an Australian Cattle Dog. I am a charter member of the local Humane Society. I was one of the first Dog Wardens to start spay and neuter before our strays could be adopted. I, also started putting microchips in the dogs. The only way to stop the euthanasia of pets is to spay and neuter.