Animal shelter trying help two dogs go back home

'Tornado' and 'Dorothy'. Photos: Clermont County.
'Tornado' and 'Dorothy'. Photos: Clermont County.

Two beautiful dogs - suspected four-legged victims of the March 2, 2012 tornado that hit parts of Clermont County – are temporarily staying at the Clermont County Animal Shelter, until they can be reunited with their families.

The one they are calling "Dorothy" is a tri-color hound mix who weighs approximately 75 lbs.  She appears to be spayed, and was found wearing a black collar with no tags.  "Dorothy" was found along US Route 52 in Point Pleasant.  She has a short tail, and is predominantly brown and white.

"Tornado" is a yellow lab/hound mix, approximately two years old.  He is unneutered male, found with no collar along SR 774.  "Tornado" weighs about 42 lbs.

The Clermont County Animal Shelter would like to reunite Dorothy and Tornado with their rightful owners.  If you recognize either of these dogs, call the shelter at 732-8854.

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