Pet of the Week


This week’s Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week is Paisley, a 6-year-old border collie mix. She’s about 40 pounds, and she’s up-to-date on her vaccinations. She steps right up when a petting is offered. She is sweet and playful and looking for a good home with a nice family. To schedule an appointment to meet Paisley or any of the other dogs at the pound, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191. The Highland County Dog Pound is located at 9357 SR 124. The Friends of the Highland County Dog Pound would like to remind anyone missing a dog to check the pound first and often to see if their dog has been taken in. To stay up-to-date on the Highland County Dog Pound’s adoptable dogs and needs, check out “Friends of the Highland County Dog Pound” and “Highland County Dog Pound” on Facebook.

This week’s Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week is Paisley, a 6-year-old border collie mix. She’s about 40 pounds, and she’s up-to-date on her vaccinations. She steps right up when a petting is offered. She is sweet and playful and looking for a good home with a nice family. To schedule an appointment to meet Paisley or any of the other dogs at the pound, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191. The Highland County Dog Pound is located at 9357 SR 124. The Friends of the Highland County Dog Pound would like to remind anyone missing a dog to check the pound first and often to see if their dog has been taken in. To stay up-to-date on the Highland County Dog Pound’s adoptable dogs and needs, check out “Friends of the Highland County Dog Pound” and “Highland County Dog Pound” on Facebook.


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This week’s Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week is Paisley, a 6-year-old border collie mix. She’s about 40 pounds, and she’s up-to-date on her vaccinations. She steps right up when a petting is offered. She is sweet and playful and looking for a good home with a nice family. To schedule an appointment to meet Paisley or any of the other dogs at the pound, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191. The Highland County Dog Pound is located at 9357 SR 124. The Friends of the Highland County Dog Pound would like to remind anyone missing a dog to check the pound first and often to see if their dog has been taken in. To stay up-to-date on the Highland County Dog Pound’s adoptable dogs and needs, check out “Friends of the Highland County Dog Pound” and “Highland County Dog Pound” on Facebook.

This week’s Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week is Paisley, a 6-year-old border collie mix. She’s about 40 pounds, and she’s up-to-date on her vaccinations. She steps right up when a petting is offered. She is sweet and playful and looking for a good home with a nice family. To schedule an appointment to meet Paisley or any of the other dogs at the pound, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191. The Highland County Dog Pound is located at 9357 SR 124. The Friends of the Highland County Dog Pound would like to remind anyone missing a dog to check the pound first and often to see if their dog has been taken in. To stay up-to-date on the Highland County Dog Pound’s adoptable dogs and needs, check out “Friends of the Highland County Dog Pound” and “Highland County Dog Pound” on Facebook.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/11/web1_paisley-cropped-edit.jpgThis week’s Highland County Dog Pound Pet of the Week is Paisley, a 6-year-old border collie mix. She’s about 40 pounds, and she’s up-to-date on her vaccinations. She steps right up when a petting is offered. She is sweet and playful and looking for a good home with a nice family. To schedule an appointment to meet Paisley or any of the other dogs at the pound, call the dog warden at 937-393-8191. The Highland County Dog Pound is located at 9357 SR 124. The Friends of the Highland County Dog Pound would like to remind anyone missing a dog to check the pound first and often to see if their dog has been taken in. To stay up-to-date on the Highland County Dog Pound’s adoptable dogs and needs, check out “Friends of the Highland County Dog Pound” and “Highland County Dog Pound” on Facebook. Courtesy photo