Pet Care Organizations

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4Paws Sake

(419) 304-7139

4 Paws Sake Inc. is a group of volunteer dog lovers whose mission is to rescue, provide sanctuary and ultimately to re-home abandoned, stray and neglected dogs.  We also assist dogs who, because of extenuating circumstances, are unable to remain in their homes with their owners.

Alliance for Spay-Neuter & Pet Rescue

(734) 243-1800

We care for animals at the Monroe County Animal Control.  We help the staff place animals into loving foster homes, find forever homes and also get medical care. We also offer a low-cost  spay/neuter program.

Animal House Rescue

(419) 276-3569

P.O. Box 513, Neapolis, OH 43547

We are a non-profit animal rescue dedicated to placing puppy mill survivors, rescues from shelters and pounds, and private owner surrenders.  All animals stay in the foster homes until adopted.  We do weekly adoption events and adoptions over the Internet.

Charmed Lives Pet Rescue

11480 Finzel Rd., Carlton, MI 48117

We are a dog rescue devoted to helping Fur kids find their forever homes where they can live happy, healthy lives.  We believe in treating pets just like a member of the family, and even though we get attached to each and every one we help, it eases our hearts to know that once a forever home is found, we can help another animal in need.

Golden Retriever Rescue Resource

(419) 822-5872

Golkden Retrierver Rescue Service is a nonprofit organization of volunteers dedicated to rescuing and finding homes for golden retrievers and golden mixes. GRRR accepts dogs from pounds, shelters, and owner surrenders primarily from northwest OH, eastern IN, and southern MI then works to find forever homes for this wonderful breed.

Greyhound Expressions

1-877-866-GREY  (1-877-866-4739)
Greyhound Expressions is devoted to placing rescued Greyhounds into forever homes that will provide love, dependable care, and a lifetime commitment. We believe that all Greyhounds deserve a quality of life regardless of age, sex, color, or whatever the circumstances. It is our promise to open our hearts and homes to these magnificent animals.  Greyhound Expressions was organized by a determined group of individuals sharing the same love and compassion for greyhounds. The driving need to find responsible homes for greyhound adoptions facilitates our mission. We are a certified, non-profit organization that is operated by volunteers. Our monetary efforts are maintained through donations and fundraising.

Henry County Humane Society

(419) 592-3777

Since 1984, the Henry County Humane Society has been providing quality care to homeless, lost and stray animals of Henry County and the surrounding area. We also provide a variety of services to the community such as adoption services, lost and found, microchiping, cruelty investigations and humane education in area classrooms.

Humane Ohio

(419) 266-5607

Humane Ohio operates a non-profit, low-cost spay/neuter clinic to serve pet owners, feral/stray cat caretakers, animal shelters and rescue groups. All spay/neuter surgeries are performed by qualified licensed vets, and all animals receive pain medication. Our vision  is a community without homeless pets where all residents have access to high quality, affordable spay/neuter.  We have spayed/neutered over 24,000 animals since 2002!

Humane Society of Monroe County

(734) 243-3669

833 N. Telegraph Rd., Monroe, MI 48162

TheHSMC is a non-profit, no-kill organization founded in 1954 by Monroe Countyresidents who were concerned with the welfare of the companion animalsin our community. For about 50 years, the society has operated ashelter where stray, abandoned or surrendered animals receive care, food,shelter, medical attention and love until they are placed in a permanenthome. The society also promotes the humane treatment ofanimals through education and attempts to re-unite lost animals with theirowners.

Humane Society of Ottawa County

(419) 734-5191

2424 Sand Rd., Port Clinton, OH 43452

The Humane Society of Ottawa County tries to help as many animals as possible by investigating reports of abuse and neglect, spaying/neutering each animal, providing medical care to those in   need and adopting abandoned, surrendered and abused animals to new loving homes.  We maintain        a “no killâ€



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