Welcome to the website of the Ohio County Dog Wardens Association (OCDWA). This site is intended to provide Ohio County Dog Wardens and local Animal Control Officers with access to the latest information that will help them continue to provide professional, efficient and effective service to the residents of the State of Ohio.
The OCDWA objective is to promote effective, efficient,
and humane dog control programs for the health and safety of the public
and their companion animals. Improve, promote, and obtain education, training,
benefits, equipment, and adequate facilities for Dog Wardens and staff.
Develop professional standards and promote certification procedures for Dog Wardens, Deputies and Shelter personnel and to advance the health, comfort, morale, and welfare of all Dog Wardens, their staff, and the communities they serve. Provide liaison with other organizations and groups having related interests, and to exchange information regarding animal control programs.
Educate the public of dog ownership responsibilities, and promote the public’s understanding and cooperation with dog control programs. Provide expertise and guidance pertaining to dog control issues to officials at state, county, and city levels of government while promoting justice and equality in the enforcement of dog control laws.
Assist and appear before legislative bodies for the purpose of giving professional opinions regarding existing and proposed legislation pertaining to dog control functions. Proactively seek passage of legislation that would advance the objectives and purposes of the Association.
Message for Members:
If you are not receiving OCDWA emails, please contact OCDWA Secretary, Cami Frey, via email or call 937-498-7201 to update your contact information.
Please check the directory page to ensure your information is listed accurately. Please email corrections to the Website Administrator.