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Pickaway County Animal Shelter

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21253 Ringgold Southern Rd, Circleville, OH 43113

(740) 474-3741

Today: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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TollFree: (800) 472-5254


County of Pickaway

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Rebuttal to 7-9-11 review

I am the woman who answered her phone call that afternoon. When she explained her situation I asked her if she was safe and she said yes. I never asked her to get the dog tag information because I would never put her in danger. I did ask her if she knew who the dog belonged to and she said no. I asked for her name and address so I could get a Dog Warden out to her and she refused stating that she was afraid of retribution and I told her that her information would be confidential she then proceeded to tell me to do my job and hung up. The Dog Wardens take every dog call seriously especially vicious dog calls, so please if you need a Dog Warden give us the information we need to get to you an exact address will get them there alot quicker than a general area where they have to drive around looking for a dog that matches your description.



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Pickaway County Animal Shelter

on 7-9-11 at aprox 2:00 pm i called the animal control regarding a PITBULL, not a small one, not one without teeth but a large angry pitbull.

i explained to the woman who answered that the dog was growling at us including my children, she then asked if he had tags, i told her it appears he did, she asks me to see if i could get the info for her?

i was shocked that this woman asked me to approach a vicious animal after just explaining to her that it was growling at us and had us pinned in our own yard.

i asked if they could send someone out, she asked my name, i told her i really didint wanna disclose that info in case it was a neighbor or someone who may bring recourse against me in the middle of the night, she asked where the dog was i told her i had seen this dog for months ranging in a 2 block area more than 20 times. she said she was not sending a driver to search the area for the dog because i wouldnt leave my name.

how ignorant and mean is that.

i found her to be very UN-Professional and out of touch with her duties as a control person

a pitbull is not a dog to mess with, especially one growling at us already.

she needs some training or a job washing cars in my opinion.