Spring Snout and About **POSTPONED**

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Join us on March 21st for our first Snout and About for 2020! 

Give a shelter dog a much needed break from the kennel by going on a field trip around the 419! Maybe a joy ride to a local drive-thru or a stroll at a Metropark, whatever it is, the pup will have a blast going on an adventure with you!

How it works:
Dog pick up will start at 10 am. Dog will be matched up to each individual by our staff. We will run out of dogs to send out, so make sure you get here early. The dogs must be returned to the shelter by 4:30 pm. If you want to make your pup a part of your family we ask that you come back by 4:00 pm so we have adequate time to complete the necessary paperwork.


“Where do I sign up?”
You don’t! Just show up to LC4 (410 S Erie St). Dog pick up will begin at 10:00 am, and go until we run out of dogs!

“What time do I need to have the dog back to the shelter?”
Drop off time is between 3 and 4:30pm. If you plan to adopt your Snout & About partner, please plan to be back to the shelter by 4pm.

“Can I bring my kids?”
Children are welcome, and if we have dogs that we know have been around kids we will do our best to match you up. Most of our dogs come to the shelter as strays, so we don’t always know if they have been around children.

“Can I bring my own dog?”
Please do not. The focus of this event is to get dogs out of the shelter for some one-on-one human time and a stress-free afternoon. Expecting a dog to immediately spend time with another dog can be quite stressful, especially when you trap them both in a car together.

“Can I take more than one dog?”
No, for the same reasons above. We will only send out one dog per vehicle.

“Where can I take the dog?”
We will provide a map of parks across the 419, however we ask to not go to off-leash dog parks for safety reasons. If you want to take the dog to your home for a nap on the couch, go ahead! A trip to a dog friendly business, absolutely!

“Can I adopt my dog?”
Absolutely! If you fall in love with your field trip partner, we will be more than happy to complete an adoption once back at the shelter. If you adopt your field trip partner, we will even give you $25 off your adoption fee! If you plan to adopt your Snout & About partner, please plan to be back to the shelter by 4pm.

“How much does it cost to participate?”
While we are always happy to accept donations, there is no fee to participate in this event.

“Where should I park?”
Please park in the City of Toledo parking lot directly across from LC4 on Hamilton.

“Do I need to bring anything special?”
All we ask you to bring is a photo ID. If you want to minimize the dogginess of your vehicle, bring a sheet or towel for your seat. Treats, water, and poop bags are also encouraged, but we will hook you up with a few.