During the month of January, Veterinary Technician students at the Ross College North Canton campus showed just how big their hearts are by supporting Stark County Dog Warden. Staff and students came together to collect dog food and other items to help out during the reorganization and renovation process that the Stark County Dog Warden is currently undergoing.
Students in the Veterinary Technician program were excited to help out the Dog Warden and collected dog food and treats throughout the month of January. The staff at the facility was grateful for the generosity.
Among the renovations the Stark County Dog Warden is making are putting in a higher roof, new ductwork, and new electrical, as well as putting in more parking and redoing the building’s walls and floors. The community has been working to raise funds to meet the $200,000 goal to accomplish all of these projects.
Approximately 1,300 dogs come through the facility each year, with the Dog Warden providing additional services like tagging and licensing and helping to investigate animal abuse.
To learn more about the Stark County Dog Warden, visit https://www.starkcountyohio.gov/dog-warden.