OPEN AT 8 A.M. UNTIL 4 P.M. EACH DAY! - 1st. Day- Saturday, May 25th! 2nd. Day, Sunday, May 26th, 3rd. day, Monday, May 27th.
Doors open at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 25th, 2013. Wow-we took in beautiful glassware for tomorrow's opening day! Fiesta Pottery, McCoy Pottery, Stangl, Pottery, Frankoma Pottery, Viking glass, Fenton Glass, Very old stemware consisting of Wine, Champagne, and Cordial, Antique items, stove for an apartment, another exercise machines, furniture, appliances, large variety of holiday decorations, and so much more! Stop out and check things out! Most of the items are "donation only" with some items priced. Plus, get a grocery bag and fill it with books for only $1.00!!!!! See you tomorrow! Thanks! And, don't forget the eat stand with delicious goodies for lunch or pastries for early birds!
This is the CCAPL's annual 3-day Rummage Sale! Thousands of items to choose from and the majority of items we sell are "donation only!" So come on out and help us raise more $$$ for our no-kill animal shelter construction fund! Eat stand is open all day too! Thank you!
We have received the check from the Ashton Preservation Association on May 16th, 2013 in the amount of $4,000.00.
The Ashton Preservation has made a commitment to the Carroll County Animal Protection League and we will be receiving another $4,000.00
in May of 2014, and another $4,000.00 in May of 2015.
This most generous and supportive grant request gift, will be used towards the construction of our no-kill animal shelter.
We thank the Ashton Preservation Association for their generosity and support of our organization's goal.
Help us continue to raise needed funds for our no-kill animal shelter construction! Our goal is to raise $500,000.00 to build it and save lives of domestic animals! Thank you!
The month of June: Saturdays- June 1st, 8th. and 22nd.
The CCAPL will be at the Farmer's Market in Carrollton at the Dollar General Market's parking lot-east side from 8 a.m. to Noon. (weather permitting).
We will have numerous pet items, cookbooks, collars, leashes, 50/50 tickets, home-made dog biscuits, and much more!
Stop out and visit our tables! Help us raise the money to build our no-kill animal shelter on our land- Canton Rd. NW- St. Rt. 43-between Carrollton and Malvern, Ohio.
All proceeds from our fund-raisers go into our no-kill animal shelter construction fund!
The cost estimate for the 110' x 52' - 5,720 square feet of this animal shelter is approximately $500,000.00 to completion.
These animal shelter floor plans have been reversed for better viewing and clarity. Please help us build this greatly needed animal shelter for Carroll County!
All donations are tax deductable. We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Thank you!
Scrolling down you will find some pictures of our great annual benefit dinner and silent auction held in October of 2012, plus donations from some fine young ladies!
Plus other things of interest.
Thank you for visiting our website.
Guest speaker, John Weber, State of Ohio Fire Marshall's office and his Fire dog- "India" doing a search!
John Weber and "India" - he's waiting in instructions!
India doing his thing! Good dog!
John Weber, State of Ohio Fire Marshall's Office and his Fire Dog "India" doing a "People Search" and he completed his mission!
This is 10-year-old, Paige Rohr a Girl Scout who has collected and donated a jar of "Pennies for Paws" to the Carroll County Animal Protection League-Thanks Paige for your donation and for doing this community project for us!
This awesome young lady donated to the CCAPL her collection of "Pennies for Paws" on May 26, 2012 at our 3-day rummage sale held at Garner's Auction Barn over Memorial weekend. She is Jessica Lautzenheiser, 10 years old, from Kensington, Ohio, and she is a member of the Girl Scouts. She did this as a "community service project" for the Girl Scouts and we are so thankful for her efforts and support of our organization! Thanks, Jessica!
Heimlich Maneuver for Dogs and Cats
THE HEIMLICH MANEUVER FOR DOGS AND CATS
The objective is to forcibly compress the lower chest in order to raise air pressure inside the chest. This should force the foreign material out of the throat or the larynx.
Here's what to do:
• Place the pet on its side on a hard surface.
• Place both hands behind the last rib and press down quickly and firmly - release immediately and repeat rapidly several times.
• Try to direct the force of your hands slightly forward - this will make your efforts more effective.
• Have someone carefully open the dog's or cat's mouth wide and attempt to retrieve the material from the throat as you compress the chest.
If you have a medium to large dog, here are the steps:
• Straddle your dog from behind.
• Put your fist just behind the last rib in the center - lifting up and forward - several quick motions.
• If there is a second person, have them open the dog's mouth during this process.
Once the airway is cleared, check for breathing;
if the dog or cat isn't breathing, initiate artificial respiration and bring the animal to a vet's office immediately.
If the animal is breathing, but damage to the airway or any other danger is suspected, get your pet to the vet.
Tips & Warnings
A small dog can be held upside down to perform the Heimlich Maneuver.
A large dog can be held from the rear to perform the procedure from behind while standing.
Your dog may snap at you once she's (dog) out of distress, so be wary of the mouth once the crisis is over.
On April 27, 2012, the Carroll County Animal Protection League paid off their 10-year loan at Consumer's Bank of Carrollton, Ohio in the amount of $18,448.01! The land is free and clear and is now paid in full! Yeah! We paid this loan off in three years, 3 months, and 15 days!-What an accomplishment!
Now we will concentrate on getting the final animal shelter plans designed and sent to the State of Ohio for approval before we can begin construction on our land of the animal shelter.
We will also be able to put any fund-raising proceeds into the animal shelter fund!
We will update you as things progress!
Thanks to all who have contributed in any way towards our goal-An animal shelter for Carroll County, Carrollton, Ohio!
This is Bear Cub Den Cub Scouts #144 presenting their "Pennies for Paws" to our Treasurer, Patti Willoughby, at our January 5th, 2012 meeting.
We thank these wonderful young fellows for their efforts and interest in our organization and for their donation! Total amount collected and donated was $44.92. They collected this money from October 2011 to January 5th, 2012. Thanks again, Bear Cub Den Scouts #144!
December 2011 update: Photos show the entrance to the L-shaped parking area work completed by Sheckler's Excavating, Inc. This includes 194.4 yards of limestone and other materials to complete. Cost: $9,720.00. Wow! We did it, and thanks to so many who contributed towards this next phase of our ongoing progress to build an animal shelter for Carroll County, Carrollton, Ohio!
"Oz" Carroll County K-9 Unit finding the drugs! Great job, "OZ"!
Jeff Albaugh with arm wrap, "OZ" K-9 unit, and Shane Beohm, Carroll County Sheriff Deputy! Great demonstration!
The CCAPL's 3rd. Annual Benefit Dinner & Silent Auction was a grand success! We brought in over $7,000.00! Carroll County Sheriff's Deputy Shane Beohm gave a very informative speech and his K-9 unit dog "Oz" gave an awesome and eye-opening demonstration! We are blessed in Carroll County to have these two fine officers working to protect and serve our Carroll County area.
The attendence was great...we had over 100 guests! The food was delicious! The silent auction items brought in over $2500.00 and the 50/50 raffle ticket winner, Mike Yoder, donated the $296.00 back to us! How kind and generous!
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED IN ANY WAY. WE COULD NOT HAVE DONE THIS WITHOUT THE HELP AND SUPPORT OF SO MANY WHO BELIEVE IN US AND OUR GOAL TO BUILD AN ANIMAL SHELTER FOR CARROLL COUNTY!
THIS PHASE IS FINISHED: OCTOBER 17TH, 2011.
NEXT PHASE IS TO INSTALL THE 416 TON OF #304 LIMESTONE NEEDED FOR THE L-SHAPED PARKING LOT AND ENTRANCE DRIVEWAY AT A COST OF $13,000.00 SO THE WEATHER DOES NOT DAMAGE WHAT HAS BEEN COMPLETED. THE CCAPL'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS VOTED WEDNESDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 26, 2011 TO GO AHEAD AND HAVE SHECKLER'S EXCAVATING, INC. INSTALL THE 416 TON FOR THE L-SHAPED PARKING LOT AREA AND ENTRANCE DRIVEWAY. WE HAVE RAISED OVER $9,000.00 FOR THIS WITH CONTRIBUTIONS AND DONATIONS SPECIFICALLY FOR THE LIMESTONE, AND WITH OUR 3RD. ANNUAL BENEFIT DINNER AND SILENT AUCTION, THERE IS ENOUGH MONEY TO COMPLETE THIS PHASE. THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO HAS CONTRIBUTED IN ANY WAY TO MAKE THIS POSSIBLE!
Story in the Mr. Thrifty - Malvern
Story in the Free Press Standard - Carrollton
GREAT NEWS FOR THE CCAPL! THE BEGINNING CONSTRUCTION PHASES HAVE STARTED ON OUR LAND! The stakes were put in the ground, then the digging out and building up of the animal shelter site, digging the parking lot, installing the catch basin & storm drain and putting up the silt fence has been done! We have started! YEAH! To see more pictures go to our "Photo Gallery" and the album titled: "Earth moving".
We could not have achieved this monumental milestone without the continued support of our awesome members, volunteers, friends, & the general public at our numerous fund-raisers & by the grants we have received! We have worked so hard for this phase to begin & to show the public we are serious in getting an animal shelter built for our county!Thanks to all~you are awesome!
AUGUST 31, 2011 update:
The stakes are in the ground on our land as of this morning 8-31-2011 by David Bodo & Associates! Thanks, David!
Next step is the digging and earth moving on our property for the animal shelter site, parking lot, and installation of the storm drain and catch basin and then the silt fence installed by Sheckler's Excavating, Inc., Malvern/Waynesburg, Ohio. Thanks everyone for your continued support and belief in us!
July 2011: The CCAPL Board of Directors voted and chose Sheckler's Excavating, Inc. as the contractor to go ahead and dig out the animal shelter site, build up the parking lot area, install the catch basin, and storm drain, and other pertinent work for this next phase of construction. Mike Hettler, our engineer, has contated Sheckler's to get this phase scheduled on our land and completed! We will be breaking ground at some time in September as Sheckler's Excavating has us on their schedule! The silt fence will be done first, then the stakes will be put in by Dave Bodo & Associates. Then the earth moving will commence to dig out the animal shelter site area, the parking lot, install the catch basin, and the storm drain. We are almost there getting started for the greatly needed animal shelter for Carroll County! Check back for more updates, please and thanks for your continued support and interest in our great organization!September, 2011 grant application on PEPSI REFRESH EVERYTHING PROJECT: We have applied and have been accepted for a $50,000.00 grant application on PEPSI. Please vote for us to win this 50K! This grant is for the animal shelter construction and it would be awesome! We could possibly get started with construction of the actual animal shelter! So, stop back for details and updates, please!
Welcome, members, visitors and friends to our website! Logo designed by: Ashley Libertor (Carrollton High School Student-2007)
"Help us build it!"
"DREAM IT, BELIEVE IT, ACHIEVE IT" is our motto.
We, of the Carroll County (Ohio) Animal Protection League, (CCAPL), are wanting to build a greatly needed animal shelter for our county. There is only one animal shelter within a sixty mile radius of our county. We are trying to raise funds to build an animal shelter on the 5.393 acres of land we purchased July 1st, 2009. We are also seeking grant funding with diligence and vigor for construction, maintenance and all other needs. Plus, with what we can generate from public contributions and fund-raising activities, we know we can get the project done.
Our mission statement is: "To provide, through an animal shelter, love and care to domestic animals until they acquire their forever homes."
Goals: To build and maintain an animal shelter for Carroll County, Ohio. To provide temporarily, a safe haven for domestic animals which will come under our care.
The Carroll County Animal Protection League organized and started at the first meeting January 18, 2007.
Adult membership is: $15.00 annually for each adult (18 years and older). Junior membership is: $5.00 annually (17 years and under.)
Won't you join us today in our efforts to raise the money and build and maintain an animal shelter for Carroll County? Here is our application for membership. Copy and print out. Send us your application with the appropriate membership fee.
There is such a great need for an animal shelter in our rural Appalachian area. By having an animal shelter to work out of to facilitate organized adoption and viewing animals to be adopted in an organized manner is the best solution. It is the only way to accomplish this goal and to be effective and make not only an impact on the overpopulation of unwanted dogs and puppies, but especially cats and kittens. Although there is a county dog pound, doing the best they can, there is nothing available in our area to rescue or take in the numerous cats and kittens. Euthenasia will only occur by veterinarian recommendation for humane purpose of a suffering animal.
STATISTICS: (HSUS) - In six years, one female cat and her offspring can produce 420,000 other cats. In six years, one female dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 other dogs. With these staggering statistics, and lack of an animal shelter in our area, many are faced with starvation, being dumped along a rural road, hit on the roads, and also dying a slow and painful death. For every puppy or kitten that is going to be born, hundreds, even thousands of dogs and cats have to be destroyed due to lack of a home.
EDUCATION: Another goal we have is to educate the public in the overpopulation epidemic in this country, by providing educational programs to adults and youth, civic organizations, and providing educational printed materials given through an animal shelter. Yes, we can do some of that now, but would not it be a great thing to talk to prospective adoption families as they come into our shelter on the overwhelming statistics and all the great reasons to spay and neuter? Plus, we would also like to hold classes on pet care, dog obedience classes, and so much more.
WOULD YOU BE WILLING TO HELP US GET OUR DREAM ACCOMPLISHED SO WE CAN ACHIEVE IT AND SAVE LIVES OF SO MANY ANIMALS THAT MAY COME UNDER OUR CARE?
If you can send in any amount of funds, (tax deductable) regardless of the size, it all adds up to accomplish our goals. We are registered with the Internal Revenue Service (501 (c) (3) non-profit status), the State of Ohio and the Ohio Attorney General's office.
Send a check or money order to: The Carroll County Animal Protection League - P.O. Box 353 - Carrollton, Ohio 44615-0353
Paypal: The link for this option is on this page. We provide this for your convenience if you would want to send a donation directly to us by this easy and convenient means. Although Paypal takes a certain percentage of whatever you donate, we appreciate anything you can send our way! Thank you so much.
On behalf of our Officers, Board of Directors, and member, we thank you for visiting our site and for caring so much about those wonderful animals that make such a difference in our everyday lives!
We meet the first Thursday of each month at the Carrollton Friendship Center - Rt. 9- (south end of the Carroll County Fairgrounds), Carrollton, Ohio, at 6:30 p.m. Our annual meeting is held in December of each year.
For general information contact us through our email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit often please, as we are updating new information on our site weekly.
http://www.carrollohchamber.com We are a member of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce - Carrollton, Ohio (The membership fee was paid for by one of our members in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011.)
Quote: "Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened." --- Anatole France
Quote: "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." - Mahatma Gandhi