Our Gang Rescue
Our Gang Rescue
6515 Lewis Road
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We are a small rescue group of volunteer foster homes dedicated to rescue and rehabilitation of any abused, neglected and unwanted dogs or puppies. When necessary provide sanctuary for dogs that are deemed unadoptable.
As a not-for-profit group we use non-tax deductible donations to help fund rescue & transport; veterinary care; spay & neutering of rescue dogs; trap, neuter & release (TNR) of feral cats, and hunger relief.
Through our advocate group Liberty & Justice for Dogs, we promote and encourage canine well-being and social awareness to build positive relationships between dogs and people. As well as dog bite prevention education and legislation of canine welfare.
Our Gang Rescue's motto is 'Helping Others' - be it a dog, cat or human. We have spread the word, collected and transported dog food to shelters in various counties of Ohio and Kentucky in need of help. We helped save lives by transporting rescue dogs for other rescue groups. We are helping pet owners and rescue groups w/low cost spay & neutering to prevent unneeded litters.
Under Liberty & Justice for Dogs, we have collected pet food to help the senior citizens of Meals on Wheels. We have supported other advocate groups by protesting the injustice of inhumane treatment of shelter animals, limited pet ownership or dogfighting.
Our Gang Rescue is putting on an adoption event, Mardi Paws, March 5, 2011 (11am to 4pm / The K9 Company, 9159 Lighthouse Way, Loveland, OH 45140) to showcase our wonder adoptable dogs as well as the wonder adoptable pets of other Tri-State rescuers. The goal for the event is to collect monetary donations to help assist the cost for spay & neutering of rescue pets and pet owners as well. We are also taking in exchange for monetary donations bags of pet food (dog or cat). The pet food donations will be divided up given to rescuers who feed feral cat colonies or into gallon size bags to be handed out to individuals living in lesser than desirable situations (homeless and elderly).
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