a 501(c)3 non-profit all-breed rescue

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Dogs Unlimited Rescue

Our Mission

Dogs Unlimited Rescue, Inc. is an all-volunteer, non-profit, 501(c)3  organization that is dedicated to educating the public and saving abused and neglected animals from an uncertain fate. Our organization rescues animals from high kill shelters, hoarding situations, abuse or neglect cases, owner surrenders, and the breeding parents in Ohio puppy mills that would otherwise be inhumanely disposed of.

We improve their lives by providing quality care and placement into permanent loving homes.

We will continue to educate, rescue, rehabilitate and encourage the adoption of pets from shelters and rescue groups.

  • In seven years, we have rescued over 800 dogs! MANY with special needs and extreme cases no one else would touch. 
  • ​If there is a need, we do not hesitate to put our rescues through Puppy Kindergarten, Household Obedience 1 & Household Obedience 2 classes.
  • Our bully breeds receive their CGC (Canine Good Citizen) & TDI (Therapy Dog International) certifications.
  • Behavior issues are addressed by professional trainers prior to adoption!​
  • We have between 30-40 volunteers at any given time and 
    NO ONE is paid!
  • Every penny raised goes DIRECTLY to the care (medical, 
    ​emotional) of our rescues.

  • Average cost of a rescue dog is $400-$500 for a normal dog. 
  • ​All dogs are cared for by generous foster families! We do NOT 
    have a shelter and are ALWAYS in need of quality foster homes.

***** COVID19 Response:  PET RELIEF FUND:  LEARN MORE HERE *** **

A 501(c)3 Non-Profit Animal Welfare Organization.

In this time of crisis, it's important for us to come together and help each other; this includes our treasured furry companions who will be at our side with a nudge of their nose, a hug, a cuddle and everything else they can do to show their love.    Help us help each other to be the best pet guardians we can be to our furry angels! 

"We differentiate ourselves by providing animals in our rescue with only quality care and even though it may be costly, these animals deserve nothing less and that is why donations are so vitally important. Our vetting is very costly along the with other related expenses (rehabilitation, training, etc.) of the animals in our rescue."


Quick Facts

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