Adoptable Dogs

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We bet you will find the right dog right here! We try really hard to make sure our descriptions are accurate and reflect the type of home each dogs needs.  Sometimes, the one that catches your eye will end up being the “one”. Other times, your best future buddy may be one you never imagined! If you are not sure, please apply and let us know what you are looking for so that we can keep an eye out for a good fit.

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The application process begins with the online application, then vet and personal references are checked, and lastly, a home visit is complete.   During the process, one of our volunteers will reach out to you to set up a meet & greet with the dog(s) you’re interested in adopting.  If you have other dogs in your household, we will help you with safely introducing a new dog into your family.

Please note that RESCUEDohio is run 100% by volunteers who have full-time jobs and families, so it can take up to 7 days for the processing of your application.

All of our rescued dogs are spayed/neutered, microchipped and up-to-date on their vaccinations.  We do our best to determine the breed or mix of our dogs by which appear to be physically predominant.  However, our foster families get to know the dogs very well and we try to describe each of them as their own, not by their breed label.

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Photo of Mervin

Mervin
Dog, Adult, Male, Small

Miniature-Pinscher

Photo of Diesel

Diesel
Dog, Young, Male, Large

Labrador-Retriever

Photo of Tom

Tom
Dog, Adult, Male, Medium

Pit-Bull-Terrier

Photo of Tiger Lily

Tiger Lily
Dog, Adult, Female, Medium

Greyhound

Photo of Daisy Ann

Daisy Ann
Dog, Senior, Female, Large

Labrador-Retriever

Photo of Cracker

Cracker
Dog, Senior, Male, Medium

Chow-Chow

Photo of Gunter

Gunter
Dog, Adult, Male, Large

German-Shepherd-Dog

Photo of Max

Max
Dog, Adult, Male, Medium

Terrier

Photo of Corvette

Corvette
Dog, Young, Female, Medium

Bull-Terrier

Photo of Rocky 2

Rocky 2
Dog, Adult, Male, Medium

Terrier

Photo of Binx

Binx
Dog, Senior, Male, Large

Hound

Photo of Rocco

Rocco
Dog, Adult, Male, Large

Labrador-Retriever

Photo of Sonata

Sonata
Dog, Young, Female, Medium

Pit-Bull-Terrier

Photo of Trooper

Trooper
Dog, Young, Male, Large

German-Shepherd-Dog

Photo of Marvin

Marvin
Dog, Young, Male, Large

Bluetick-Coonhound

Photo of Titus

Titus
Dog, Young, Male, Large

Anatolian-Shepherd

Photo of Finley

Finley
Dog, Adult, Female, Medium

Miniature-Pinscher

Photo of Julia

Julia
Dog, Adult, Female, Medium

Miniature-Pinscher

Photo of Chance

Chance
Dog, Adult, Male, Large

Labrador-Retriever

Photo of Dozer

Dozer
Dog, Young, Male, Large

Husky

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The application process begins with the online application, then vet and personal references are checked, and lastly, a home visit is complete.   During the process, one of our volunteers will reach out to you to set up a meet & greet with the dog(s) you’re interested in adopting.  If you have other dogs in your household, we will help you with safely introducing a new dog into your family.

Please note that RESCUEDohio is run 100% by volunteers who have full-time jobs and families, so it can take up to 7 days for the processing of your application.

All of our rescued dogs are spayed/neutered, microchipped and up-to-date on their vaccinations.  We do our best to determine the breed or mix of our dogs by which appear to be physically predominant.  However, our foster families get to know the dogs very well and we try to describe each of them as their own, not by their breed label.