October 22, 2014

Partly sunny

Critter Chronicles: Polly


Polly is a sweet gal looking for her forever home. She has lots of energy, loves to run and play and take long walks.
She likes other dogs, not sure about cats.  She would prefer a fenced-in yard to keep her safe. Polly does know some basic commands, but would really benefit from obedience training. She is so eager to please, she catches on quick.

SEX: Female
NEUTERED/SPAYED: Yes, spayed; shots current
AGE:  2-3 years old
SIZE/WEIGHT: Medium, about 4o pounds
ADOPTION FEE: Please fill out an application that is located on our website, www. oasisanimalshelter.net
ORGANIZATION: Oasis Animal Shelter
CONTACT: (440) 775-4101

For more pets seeking homes, check out the Critter Chronicles column every Sunday in The Chronicle-Telegram. If you work or volunteer for a nonprofit pet adoption agency and would like to see your pets included in Critter Chronicles, please email skline@chroniclet.com.

  • Dgowner

    Don’t bother trying to adopt from this shelter. You will not even get in the door to look at a dog until you fill out an application. And where is the fee? What if you want to look at other dogs in the shelter? She only allows you to see the one you filled out the application for.

    • Doglover

      This is true, you practically have to have references to see a dog, if then. Not many can get in this shelter anymore-what is there to hide?! If you are lucky (or should I say if the poor dog is lucky) you can see the dog at another location. It helps to have a large income and to be fawning over the director, with promises of big future donations. Otherwise you have a good chance of being treated like a piece of garbage and you find out years later the dog is still at this shelter. A lot of people can verify this, including city hall.