Payton’s Place / Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, volunteer based organization, dedicated to placing homeless Doberman Pinschers into new and loving homes. We rely solely on donations to continue and expand our work. Every dollar contributed goes directly to the rescue, care, and placement of the dogs, such as operating expenses, care of the dogs, shelter fees, veterinary care and medications, and equipment. No one at Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue receives a salary; we have no paid employees.
Since 2013, Joseph's Legacy has been working to help all the animals we can. Whether it is an animal that is homeless, needs re-homed, or is in need of medical care. We do not want any animal to suffer or be put down because of something that is out of their control.
Founded in 1949, League for Animal Welfare (LFAW) is a privately funded, non-profit organization providing much-needed care for unwanted, lost and neglected cats and dogs in our community. As the oldest and one of the largest no-kill shelters in the area, the League serves the Greater Cincinnati area through initiatives to reduce the number of homeless animals and to help people better care for their pets. Using the resources of its dedicated staff, supporters, and volunteers, the League provides the medical care, behavioral training and socialization needed to match homeless animals with lifelong homes.
Recycled Doggies is an all-foster rescue founded by former volunteers of a Kentucky shelter. We took all that we learned while volunteering at the shelter and formed this rescue to help shelter dogs, one by one, escape death and find their forever homes.
Clermont to the Rescue Humane Society, originally founded in 2013, is a non profit organization under contract with the County Commissioners to manage the Clermont County shelter for dogs. We advocate for stray, abandoned and surrendered animals in Clermont County by providing care and temporary refuge for dogs; for animals seized in legal action of abuse or neglect; and for other homeless animals, such as cats, as we have room. Our Animal Control Officers and Humane Officer are devoted to protecting and ensuring the humane treatment of the animals in our community.
Harlequin Haven Great Dane Rescue is a NO KILL shelter located in Ohio dedicated to saving and placing abused, abandoned, and neglected Great Danes in suitable, loving, and forever homes in Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and a small portion of Eastern Indiana.
Glendale location operated by Natalie Lotspeich out of the Dog Depot, 950 S Troy Avenue, Glendale, OH 45246
Barely Used Pets Inc. is a non-profit dog rescue based out of Urbana, Ohio. We provide an alternative for the unwanted, abandoned, stray and relinquished animals of our county as well as surrounding counties. Every dog that enters our organization is fully vetted, socialized and given the love and care they so deserve - until they find their forever homes!!
spca cincinnati is an animal shelter and humane society that continually strives to strengthen the human-animal bond and improve the welfare of animals by fostering the humane care and treatment of all animals. Through humane education and animal protection, we improve the quality of life in our community.
Hand Me Down Dobes is the oldest and largest purebred Doberman rescue in Ohio. Since 1994 our mission has remained the same - to rescue, rehabilitate and place Dobes into loving, forever homes.
GAGC is an organization dedicated to finding good homes for retired racing greyhounds. We are also dedicated to encouraging community awareness of the availability of racing greyhounds for adoption, the suitability of greyhounds as companions, and the consequences that may befall racing greyhounds who are unable to find homes upon retirement.
Our mission to save pit bulls begins with rescue of the neglected, abused, and misunderstood. Through our caring fosters we nurture and rehabilitate. Through our voice we educate and change minds. Through our work we match companions to families. Our mission will never end.
The Harry Whiting Brown Community Center, located in Glendale, Ohio, is dedicated to sponsoring community cultural and artistic endeavors, promoting and developing community interest in the arts and humanities, and providing the village a gathering place for all. HWB Community Center was established by the Harry Whiting Brown family in 1929 as a living memorial to Mr. Brown's beloved Village of Glendale "...so that all the people of the Village will feel free to use it."