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Purebred Rescue Organization of Ohio
501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization
Purebred Rescue Organization of Ohio, Inc. "PRO" is a federal non-profit organization charitable organization 501(c)(3). Our organization rescues dogs from owners who can no longer keep their pet, as well as local animal shelters. Our program provides basic manners training and socialization through the cell dog program. Our rescue program utilizes the inmates or "dog handlers" through the state prison institutions. We are 100% volunteer based charity. All proceeds go to the rescue. We do not have a facility and do not board our dogs for extended periods of time. We believe in feeding our dogs quality food. Our dogs live with their handlers or are in an approved foster home. All dogs are vaccinated and altered prior to adoption. We choose their forever homes based on the best fit for the dog.
Pets Uniting People Program is the name of our
cell dog program. Named by the inmates in the
program, and the logo to your right created and
artistically drawn by one of the dog handlers of
the program. Items needed are dog shampoo,
collars, leashes (nylon or leather only) dog
treats, flea/tick and heartworm prevention, dog
jackets/coats. Items or monetary donations can be made specifically
to the PUPP program through Purebred Rescue Organization. If
you make donations to PUPP, please write PUPP in the memo of
your check. This program changes the lives of dogs, as well as the
lives of the inmates that train the dogs.
"PRO" adopts dogs to loving individuals & families on an adoption contract after the dogs finishes rehabilitation in the cell dog program. If you are interested in meeting or adopting a dog, please complete our online application to adopt. Each dog requires an adoption fee at time of adoption. The adoption fee covers vet expenses, food, and many other expenses we incur saving these dogs.
Got a question or comment?
Those darn dog rescues with all of their rules and questions - what gives?
If you have tried to adopt a dog, you know what I'm talking about. Dog Rescues - so many in-depth, personal questions; just to adopt a dog! For goodness sake - do they really need all of that information?
After all - aren't these homeless dogs? Wouldn't any owner be better than being a dog, lamenting in rescue? Than being homeless??