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Mission Statement

To provide homeless collies and other family friendly dogs a safe haven where they will receive proper medical care, nutrition and love until an approved home is found. To reduce the number of unwanted pets by altering all dogs that are in our rehoming program. To educate the public about the importance of altering all pets and that owning a pet is a lifelong commitment


We are a dog rescue group that saves homeless dogs from animal shelters, found strays and owner surrenders. Our focus is primarily collies but we may take in another family friendly breed as well. These dogs are kept in foster homes until they are vetted and adopted.


Average Review 3 reviews

Would you recommend Almost Home Dog Rescue of Ohio?

by Baahaja S. from Columbus, OH (January 15, 2017)
You give opportunities to people to become better!
by Trisha C. from NEWNAN, GA (September 3, 2016)
My fiancé and I helped at the OSU Ozone volunteer opportunity and we loved it! Tom was very helpful and it was a fun experience, especially knowing we were helping animals. We would love to volunteer again with this organization as we were well informed about what to do, bring, etc. Thank you for a fun day!
by Liz S. (Administrator for this Organization) (March 3, 2012)
Two of Almost Home Ohio's goals are to actively participate in the community, and draw the community into participation with Almost Home. Since their inception in December of 2003, they have been fortunate to form relationships that continue to allow them to maximize their impact in rescue. These relationships vary ... from veterinary clinics, to retirement communities, to other local nonprofit organizations.