We work with 3 rescuing partners who make such a difference in so many animals lives. We appreciate all the hard work that they do to help save all of the souls who need a voice. None of these rescues euthanize and always make a point to give every pet they come across a fighting chance. Please consider donating or adopting below and know you can make a real difference too!

Brown County Humane Society

Established in 1976, the Brown County Humane Society (BCHS) is dedicated to the care and well-being of animals in Brown County, Ohio by improving the lives of all animals and educating our community about proper and responsible care. BCHS is committed to placing the animals that come in through cruelty, neglect, homelessness or owner surrenders into permanent, loving homes.

Significant effort is directed to addressing dogs, cats and horses. However, other animal needs, such as sheep, goats, chickens, rabbits, pigs, are also addressed by BCHS when issues of neglect or cruelty are reported.

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All Dogs Come From Heaven

We are a 501c3 organization working to save dogs from kill shelters. We strive to educate the public on proper care, the importance of training, and the long term commitment they are making to this animal.

​Our small group of core volunteers works to pull dogs from county pounds all over the midwest. Many of these pounds do not receive adequate funding to care for the large number of dogs they receive.

Once we pull dogs from a shelter, we vet them, update all vaccines, do a heart-worm check, spay/neuter, and microchip. We also register the microchip. We treat monthly for fleas, and other parasites.​

We employ trainers, both on and off site to work both with our dogs, and our adopters. Our goal is to insure that every pet is placed properly and permanently.

We also maintain an OUTREACH program through food donations. This program provides food for dogs of homeless individuals in the Greater Cincinnati area, as well as food to several of the needy county pounds in the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area.

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Adams County Humane Society

The Humane Society of Adams County, Inc. (HSAC) is a non-profit 501c 3 organization (EIN 86-1175774), that was established in 2005 and is based in West Union, Ohio. HSAC currently serves Adams County, Ohio, through the coordination of low-cost pet sterilization clinics, pet rescue and rehoming, humane education, and public outreach programs. HSAC is not associated with the Humane Society of the United States, or any other animal welfare organization.

The HSAC Animal Shelter is operated as a private, non-profit animal shelter, which serves the residents of Adams County. The shelter has the ability to house 46 animals at one time, yet the average monthly requests for intake is much higher. HSAC uses many resources to try and find homes for every adoptable animal either by adoption, foster home or rescue group.

The Humane Society of Adams County is an Adoption Guarantee organization. This means that HSAC will not euthanize an animal to make space in the shelter for new animals.

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