On the Beat in Bluffton

Saturday, March 15, 2014

N-B Links: Canine Crossroads saves, trains dogs for adoption

A rescue center outside of Liberty Center adopts out about 300 dogs a year. Canine Crossroads started as a childhood dream of Amanda Clark, a Southern Wells graduate. One of the rescue's success stories, Tanya, was saved from a shelter in Kentucky and later adopted by a Huntington couple.

Learn more about Clark, Tanya the pit bull and Canine Crossroads in the Saturday, March 15, News-Banner. Below, Gia the German shepherd, is in training to become a hearing-assistance aid dog. She has three legs. (Photo by Jessica Williams)

Canine Crossroads uses its Facebook page to connect prospective adoptive owners with dogs, as well as reunite lost dogs to their owners. To visit their page, click here.

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