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a 501 (c) 3 non profit organization.
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Protection League
PO Box 663                  Celina, OH 45822
of Mercer County
In Loving Memory of Dougie
Animal

501 c 3 non-profit organization
Working hard to save the lives of so many neglected and homeless animals!
Our biggest love is helping the dogs at the pound, especially the sick and injured. We have a contract with the county to provide care for the ill/injured dogs at the pound. We are not employed or compensated by the county, this is done through donations only.

We screen all our applications and try to make sure that family and dog match up. Vet references are required on application.

In a situation where we adopt out a puppy too young to be altered, the adoptive family will be required to sign a spay/neuter agreement. That means that you have to get your puppy spay/neuter done by the age of 6 months old. You must send back to us a form from your veterinarian stating the animal has been altered. The APLMC does check with any families that have a pet on a spay/neuter contract to ensure they are altered.

We try our best to help everyone. Please remember we are an all volunteer group, no one gets paid or profits from our work. We all give our time for the simple reward of happy adoptions and second chances.
The Animal Protection League of Mercer County was founded in August 2001 by a concerned group of animal lovers who recognized a genuine need in the county for the education of the public regarding proper animal care and treatment. The APLMC is a no kill organization dedicated to saving pets in need in Mercer County, Ohio. We are a 501 (c) 3 non profit organization and we are all volunteers.

We try to help families that need to place their dog in a new home. Whether we can take the dog in or do a courtesy post for the family. We also try to take in puppies in the county, so we can screen the homes and make sure they are spayed/neutered.