Cincinnati Animal CARE Updates

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Inside the Industry: The Foundation of Cincinnati Animal CARE

January 30, 2024

The Foundation of Cincinnati Animal CARE  By Meaghan Colville, Shelter Director, Cincinnati Animal CARE Best Friends Executive Leadership Certification Graduate, Cohort 2     At a rooftop table overlooking the city of Cincinnati, Meaghan Colville sat with her 3 colleagues from Clermont Animal CARE; a small nonprofit with the municipal county contract 30 minutes east […]

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Fostering Milestone Reached: 300 Dogs in Foster!

January 27, 2024

At the start of 2024 our foster team had the goal of reaching 200 dogs in foster care. We are happy to announce that at the end of January we officially have 300 dogs currently in foster  care! This is a huge accomplishment for CARE and we have not had this many dogs in foster […]

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Open Your Heart and Home To a Senior Pet

January 19, 2024

Senior pets are often looked over at animal shelters due to their age and assumptions about their health. People often come in looking for a young pet who is active or seen as easier to train. However, it is our honest belief that adopting a senior is one of the most rewarding things someone can […]

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Abandoned litter of puppies found at local park

October 4, 2023

Cincinnati Animal CARE thanks Local 12 for their coverage of a litter of abandoned puppies found at French Park in Amberley Village last month. Nine puppies were found in total, seven of them have since been adopted or sent to rescue partners, but Lenox and Noko remain available to adopt! https://local12.com/news/local/abandoned-litter-of-puppies-found-at-local-french-park-amberley-village-cincy-animal-care-ray-anderson-adoption-name-price-dogs-pets-adopt-foster-homes-cincinnati-ohio?video=0d221814c0374f84a6950457c3f414f8 Both pups are safe […]

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A basic guide for Canine Distemper Virus (CDV)

August 11, 2023

By: Taylor McLagan August 11, 2023 Canine distemper is a severe and infectious virus that affects both puppies and dogs’ respiratory, gastrointestinal, and nervous systems. According to Cornell University, the virus can be fatal, with a mortality rate of 50% in adult dogs and 80% in puppies, without proper care. Cincinnati Animal Care prioritizes providing […]

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Cincinnati Animal CARE saves lives during CDV

July 28, 2023

More dogs fully recovered and cleared of Canine Distemper Virus What began with nearly 40 infected dogs housed in a separate quarantine facility due to Canine Distemper Virus (CDV), Cincinnati Animal CARE’s medical staff has cleared nearly all remaining affected dogs with one dog awaiting a negative test. The remaining dog is expected to fully […]

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Joey Votto (the dog) having a great season just like his namesake

July 25, 2023

By: Taylor Mclagan July 25, 2023 With the Cincinnati Reds season in full swing, we caught up with one of our shelter favorites, Joey Votto (the dog). Named after a famous Reds player, Joey Votto is a 5-year-old who came to Cincinnati Animal CARE as a stray on March 18th, 2022. Upon arrival, Joey Votto was […]

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