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© 2002 Purebred Rescue Organization of Ohio / All rights reserved.
P.O. Box 88, Bellbrook, OH 45305  (866) 841-9137 x1233/Email: purebredrescue@onebox.com
This page was last updated: September 24, 2018
*Adoption donations are non-refundable
In the adoption process of one of our dogs; you agree to the following:  
Agree to provide all appropriate vaccinations for said dog, and provide veterinary care in a timely manner when required. This is to include heartworm testing and administration of heartworm preventative. 
Agree to keep a properly fitted collar on said dog at all times and to keep legible current county/state license tags, my own contact ID tags (at which time, PRO’s can be removed) affixed to the collar. PRO also recommends getting your new dog micro-chipped if not already.
Agree not to abuse or neglect this dog or allow anyone else to abuse or neglect this dog.
Agree to keep this dog as in indoor companion, to provide a fenced yard or exercise area, and ample food and clean water.
Agree to obey all applicable leash laws and to always leash this dog when not in a fenced area or indoors.
Agree not use this dog for fighting, guard duty, or animal research.
Agree to assume all responsibility for this dog’s actions and any damage caused by this dog to persons or property, and to release PRO and its agents from any liability concerning this dog or its actions.
Agree to never to chain or tether this dog in any location without supervision.
Agree to allow PRO or its agents to examine this dog and its living conditions for suitability at any time, with or without prior notification, and will provide, upon request, proof of health care.
Understand that my acceptance of this dog is on an “as is” basis. No guarantees of any kind exist. It is my understanding that every possible precaution has been taken and disclosed to ensure that this dog is healthy and suitable as a household pet. Any condition of health, temperament, or physical condition that is not known by PRO is not the responsibility of PRO. I hold PRO harmless of any liability incurred as a result of the discovery of any conditions as mentioned above.
Understand that the adoption of this dog from PRO depends on the honesty of the answers on this contract, the answers on the application I previously completed, the promise to maintain my dog’s health and well being and the promise to welcome this do into my life and home as a member of my family.
Understand and agree that if I must relinquish ownership of said dog for ANY reason, I will relinquish that ownership only to PRO and I will provide transportation to return the dog to PRO’s nearest volunteer.
We do not “sell” our rescue dogs; however, we do charge an adoption fee to cover veterinary and other expenses incurred by PRO on behalf of all our rescued dogs. Donations, in addition to the adoption fee are always welcomed and greatly appreciated. The adoption fee in non-refundable unless otherwise decided upon by PRO Board Members.
By signing our adoption contract, you hereby acknowledge that you have read its entirety, understand its content, agree to uphold the contract, limitations, and restriction, and you will receive a copy in full for your records.
*Adoption fee is non-refundable.

Yuri and Tamiko
Happily ever after ...Happily ever after...Happily ever after...Happily ever after...Happily 
Carmel & Seamus
Timmy is a 7yr old boy who is being fostered in Columbus. Timmy has been fine with the other dog and cat in the house. He would be fine with kids over 12yrs old as he tends to not enjoy being messed with. Timmy loves his person but needs someone that will put boundaries on him. He is neutered, up to date on vaccines, microchipped and heartworm negative. His adoption donation is $250
Ellie May (bonded with Rosie)
Ellie May is a 2 year old female who came in with the Chinese Crested group of dogs from the hoarding home. She must live in a home with other dogs.  She may be a terrier mix and has been vaccinated, spayed, is heartworm negative and microchipped. She bonds with her owner and is a little timid of new people but when introduced properly, warms up. Ellie May loves to go for walks and runs really fast. We don't know how she is with children but may be fine if given time to warm up to you. Her adoption fee is $250. 
Hey everyone! My name is Addie and I am a 15 year old long hair dachshund. Now before you judge me being TOO old, let me tell you that I am quite spry for my age! I love my toys and like to play games with my foster mom! She chases me up and down the hall and I run like a kid!! After a bit, I am ready for a nap, but who wouldn't be???  

I am a bit independent..typical dachshund for sure! Although I am always a step or two behind my foster mom, I am happy to curl up on my doggie bed with my foster sister, Inez and take a nap. I didn't like being crated at first, but now it is not too hateful. I am pretty much housebroken, although at my age, every now and then I will have a bit of an accident ):  

Reece is a female Boston Terrier mix weighing 13 lbs. She is 2-3 years old and spayed.   She gets along with other dogs but we recommend her as an only dog or with bigger dogs.Reece is a lap dog and loves her person. She is very loving after she bonds with you but takes a minute and a treat for her to warm up. She has been spayed, vaccinated, is heartworm negative and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $200.
Bama was surrendered from an owner with too many dogs along with two other puppies. He is 3 months old and 5.9 lbs so he should be a smaller dog. Bama has a beautiful brindle coat and loves to play with other dogs. He is working on housebreaking. He is available to go into a foster to adopt home now. We will pay his vet appointments including his neutering when he is 6 month old if you use one of our vets in London, Delaware, or Franklin OH.  His adoption fee will be $300 which includes all his puppy series vaccines, rabies, neuter and microchip.
Libby is a 2-3 year old female weighing 25 lbs. Once a member of a large collection of mostly Chinese Crested Mixes, Libby came to PRO as a foster with a secret. She was hiding seven newly conceived puppies inside her! While her belly slowly grew larger, Libby began to be more trusting in her foster home.  We have recently been able to pet her without her running in fear. She is gentle and appreciates attention when on a leash. She is playful with dogs large and small. Libby's perfect home would be a quiet one with patient people, friendly dog(s) and a securely fenced yard. She was a great mom to the puppies who have all been adopted. Now it is her turn at a new life. She has now been spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and is heartworm negative. Libby's adoption donation is $250.
Ruby Rose (Rosie)
Rosie and Ellie are a bonded pair of two sweet girls that came out of a hoarding home. They were just 2 of 19 dogs in the home. They love attention but will take some time to trust the new family. They are both runners so a fenced in yard will be needed. They love going on walks, exploring new areas, playing with each other and toys. They will cuddle together or with you and will likely steal your bed and covers. They do best with structure and will need someone to keep working with them. They are very treat motivated and will be the best girls they can be for a cookie.

Ellie is a nervous girl. She will run from you if she does not trust you. She takes her time to trust people but once she is ready for some love she will roll on her head, like a tumble tot. She can easily jump 5ft high from standing still so a high fence would be best.

Rosie, a Chinese crested hairless or mix, is also nervous and timid but all while being very curious. She does best by ignoring her but still keeping an eye on her until she allows some love. She may be little but she does her best to guard her bonded person. This is improving with structure and correction. She will need her future home to continue this and keep her on the “good girl” path.  Both are up-to-date on vaccines, heartworm negative, spayed, and microchipped. If adopted together, fee is $350 for both dogs.
​I am looking for that perfect home to live out my remaining golden years. I promise to keep you company and give you tons of unconditional love!! Let me know if you would like to meet me...I can make myself available...Thanks for reading my story and hope to meet you soon!  

P.S. My adoption fee is $150

Pierce is a 64 lb, neutered mixed breed boy looking for a new home. He was found in a shelter in TN and was scheduled to be put down after living there along time. His now foster Dad took on the mission to save him and find a new home. Unfortunately he came to us with heartworms and is currently being treated. The treatment involves 2 injections of powerful medicine and a period of time he needs to rest. He will need to be on heartworm medicine for life. 

He is a brindle mix and the vet thought he had some American Bulldog in him. Pierce is gentle & playful, thinks he is a lap dog, house trained and always wagging his tail! He is a loving 6-7 year old boy and deserves a second chance. Pierce loves other dogs.  He will need a home with a fenced in yard. Pierce is current on vaccines and microchipped. His adoption fee is $150.
This little senior boy still likes to play with other dogs. He was found at a shelter with a broken jaw and has now healed and ready for the new home.  He needs to eat soft food as all his teeth have been removed.  He likes to potty outside but will still have some accidents. He weighs about 6 lbs and loves to cuddle with his human. The shelter guessed him at 13 but our vet thinks more like 10-12. Etienne is up-to-date on his vaccines, heartworm negative, neutered and microchipped.  His adoption donation is $150.
Prince is about 4.5 years old and weighs 14 lbs. He was found in a shelter and has received training in the prison program. Prince can become territorial with bigger dogs so
he would be better 
as the only dog 
or with same size 
or smaller dogs. 
He doesn’t really 
care about playing 
with toys but will 
play with other 
dogs. His activity 
level is described 
as medium. He is 
neutered, vaccinated, 
heartworm negative, 
microchipped and 
his adoption donation
 is $250.
Teddy and Simon
Teddy and Simon were trained in our prison training program and have since been moved into a foster home. They are very shy little guys, who are nervous in chaotic situations. But once they have some peace and quiet, they just love to be lapdogs! Simon and Teddy are a bonded pair, who thrive when together, so we’d like to find a perfect family who will accept both into their home!

They are Miniature Pinschers, weighing around 10 lbs. Teddy is 3 years old; Simon is 7 years old. They have both been working on their basic commands, but they are so low maintenance they hardly need it. They are crate-trained, housebroken and will make great companions!  Both have been vaccinated, neutered, microchipped, and are heartworm negative. Their adoption donation is $400 for both of them.
Nigel - Adoption Pending!
Meet Nigel! He is a 4 year old Pug/Shar Pei mix. Nigel was found as a stray and never claimed. We believe he may have lived as a breeding dog because he was unsure of exactly how to live inside as a pet. After a few days with his foster he settled in and is a great dog. He is fantastic with everyone he meets and good with other pets. Don’t let the “Pug” in his mix fool you, he is a solid little guy weighing around 33 pounds. That ridiculously cute face comes with it’s share of slobbery wet kisses and irresistible wrinkles. Nigel is leash trained, crate trained, up to date on all vaccines, neutered and HW tested. He needs a family that is patient and understanding that he hasn’t had many boundaries set for him in life and needs work on his manners. If you are interested in adopting Nigel, please fill out an application on our website. He is up-to-date on vaccines, heartworm negative and adoption fee is $250.
Scarlet - Adopted!
She was found in a shelter and is about 7 yrs old.  She is tiny and only weighs about 4 lbs. She get along with other dogs and likes to be held.  Scarlet is up-to-date on vaccinations, heartworm negative, spayed, and microchipped.  She would like to find a home where she is the princess and gets lots of lap time. We do not know how she is with children as there are none in her foster home but they would need to be older.  Her adoption donation is $250.

Zeke is a survivor and a great boy. He was found as a stray and never claimed. He then came down with Parvo after being with us for 3 days. But he came through it fine and is now ready for his forever home. Zeke is about 18 months old, weighs about 40 pounds and loves other dogs. He is playful but also settles down nicely. Zeke would do best with another dog in the home and a fenced yard. He loves to run and play. Zeke is neutered, up to date on his shots, microchipped and HW negative. His adoption fee is $250.
Wulfric (Wolfie) - Adoption PENDING!
Wulfric feels like he’s stuck in a time travel loop, since he’s back with us after living with an adopter for a few months. We aren’t sad about it though - we’re thankful for the opportunity to find his perfect match! Wulfric is estimated to be 8 years old, but that’s just a guess since we aren’t familiar with his past. He’s currently recovering from a UTI and working on getting back on a normal, healthy diet. That's why he is wearing a belly band in one photo because of the UTI problem. He’s very lovable and wants attention from whoever will give it to him! So far, he’s had no issues with other dogs and did fine with children at our recent event. He is up-to-date on vaccines, neutered and heartworm negative. His adoption donation is $150.
Fritz is a 3 month old puppy surrendered from a home with too many dogs. He weighs about 5 lbs and should be a smaller guy.  Fritz loves to play fetch. He is available to go into a foster to adopt home now. We will pay his vet appointments including his neutering when he is 6 month old if you use one of our vets in London, Delaware, or Franklin OH. His adoption fee will be $300 which includes all his puppy series vaccines, rabies, neuter and microchip.

Tetra is an 11 month old whippet who weighs about 33 lbs (she has filled out a bit since these photos, so you can no longer see her ribs!). She is one high energy girl who loves to race around the yard. She would be a great exercise partner for an active person or family. Tetra has learned her basic commands in the prison training program. She is the type of dog who would do well with a previous whippet owner who knows how much exercise they need. She would be best with a submissive male dog. She has been vaccinated, heartworm negative, spayed and microchipped.  Her adoption donation is $250.
Oscar is a recent owner surrender to our rescue and is fitting in very nicely in his foster home.  He is friendly with everyone including other dogs.  Oscar is a shih tzu boy about 8 years old and weighs 13 lbs.  He is vaccinated, heart worm tested, microchipped and recently had a dental with a few extractions.  This sweet boy would fit in just about anywhere.  His adoption donation is $250.
Meet Marshall!! He is a 9-10 year old Cocker Spaniel. Marshall was found as a stray in rural Kentucky. He was in pretty bad shape. Despite the rough patch he hit in life, he is the sweetest most gentle soul. Marshall loves leisurely walks, meal time, being with his people and soft dog beds! He is good with all other pets, but probably wouldn’t make a great playmate for a younger dog 😉. He loves all people and being petted ! Due to his age he would do best in a home with older children. Marshall is neutered, vaccinated, had a dental and Heart worm tested. Because he is a Cocker he is prone to ear infections and will need his ears clipped, cleaned and checked often. He should also remain on a high quality grain-free diet.  His adoption donation is $200.  If you are interested in Marshall, please fill out an application!

KIEFER is only 1 year old and has completed the prison dog training program.  He is small weighing about 15 lbs and could be part min pinscher.  He looks a little like a small Egyptian Pharaoh dog shape and color. Kiefer is a little shy and has a lot of energy. He would do best in an active home.  He learned his commands but is easily distracted if other dogs are around. He loves to chew on his hard dog bone and is somewhat of a loner.  He was found in a shelter and is now ready for his new home.  He has been vaccinated, heart worm tested, neutered and microchipped.  His adoption donation is $250.