See Our Available Animals on PetFinder
WE DO NOT HAVE THE FACILITY OR FINANCIAL MEANS TO TAKE IN DOGS YET
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View our Petfinder page to see our available animals.
If you see a pet you would like to meet, please request meet-and-greet. Please note that all animal meetings are by appointment. You can schedule via e-mail or clicking the link below.
After you have contacted us we will arrange a time to meet the animal at our facility.
We will ask you some questions to see if we feel like the home you are offering is right for that animal.
If it sounds like a good home, we will offer you an adoption application.
You will need to bring a valid state-issued photo ID for us to check your identity. If you lease or rent your property, please provide proof that pets are permitted.
If your application is approved, you must pay the adoption fee upfront and you may take your new family member home the same day.
**We have a small onsite retail store that sells basic supplies such as food and hay. Cages and additional supplies can be purchased to benefit the shelter at ShopOhioPetSanctuary.com. Click the "Shop" tab above if you are looking for checklists for supplies for your new pet prior to bringing it home.
♥ Guinea pigs:...........$25.00
♥ Small Rodents:......$10.00
♥ Birds or Reptiles...$ Varies
Request a Meeting
All animal introductions are by appointment only.
Not all booking requests can be approved.
Please specify the animal or species you wish to meet.
Adah is our shelter mascot! She came to us unable to walk and unable to go to the bathroom on her own because her back and a rib were broken. She can walk now after years of physical therapy and lots of love. She has an unknown history but a bright future! She has special dietary requirements as well as people to help her urinate every day. She'd love a sponsor and visitors!
Oog came to us with a bulging eye. She is a very sweet older lady that is happy to just sit and be pet. Two veterinarians have looked at her eye but aren't sure how to help her. We are hoping to find some sponsors for her so she can see a specialist about her eye. She also has irritable bowel disease the requires daily medication and a special diet.
Homer is a sweet rabbit of unknown age. He was put outside and left to fend for himself. He was captured by a good Samaritan. He arrived underweight, covered with ticks, and his eye ruptured. His eye has since been removed but, due to his special needs, he will need a sponsor and special adopter.
Moo is an absolutely sweet 12 year old lady. She arrived with a severe ear infection that she has been treated for but she does have a heart murmur and a growth on her chin. She'd love a warm home with a comfy couch and maybe a window seat. Her advanced age and health problems will make it hard to find the right family for her, but she'd love a sponsor in the meantime!
Johnny arrived with several of his littermates as extremely sick kittens. They were rife with parasites, respiratory disease, and a host of other health problems. He is struggling to get well moreso than his surviving siblings. Due to overwhelming illness at such a young age, he will likely need lifelong medical care.
Cadpig came to us with very overgrown teeth and was barley able to eat. She had a serious infection in her mouth from her teeth growing into her face. She regularly needs her teeth trimmed but is still one of the sweetest rats you'll ever meet.
Loki arrived in extremely poor condition. She is undeweight from inability to find food due to the shed buildup on her eyes. Once the shed was removed, she was found to be completely blind. She is currently being trained to eat from tweezers, but it is a slow process. She will need a patient and loving owner to continue her care.
Bruce is a 7 year old bearded dragon. He arrived to us in bad shape. He was fed an improper diet that resulted in severely decreased calcium levels and a poor appetite. He is available for adoption to the right family or sponsorship so we can continue his medical care.