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As temperatures rise, so
do the number of animals the Lucas County Dog Warden picks up.
Now they're working to
find those animals permanent homes.
The dog warden is teaming
up with other local rescue groups and having a huge adoption event this
weekend. More than 200 cats and dogs are up for adoption, and this weekend they
will all be in one place.
The event will be held at
the Lucas County Recreation Center, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. until 3
p.m. There will be specials and reduced costs.
"Coming into the summer
season, dogs continually come in," said Laura Simmons, operations manager at
the Lucas County Dog Warden. "We're picking up so many dogs, we're actually
picking up more dogs than we're adopting out."