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Columbus Dog Connection

2761 Johnstown Rd, Columbus, OH 43219, United States

Adoption policy

Columbus Dog Connection is a 501c3, limited admission dog and cat rescue organization, formed in 1998. We are a network of dog enthusiasts who rescue all breeds of dogs and cats. We promote all rescues & shelters in Ohio and be in dogged pursuit of saving every adoptable dog until dogs/cats are no longer euthanized for lack of space. We operate a high quality mobile spay/neuter service, targeting areas with high animal population and low spay/neuter resources. We offer a low cost vaccine clinic the first Saturday of the month. All dogs/cats that wish to take advantage of our low cost services must be spayed/neutered to attend. Every dog that leaves our care is spayed/neutered, including 8 week old pups. We believe that allowing a pup to leave our care not spayed/neutered would perpetuate the problem we work so hard to overcome every day. Our non official mission: To go out of business because our services are no longer needed. We often hear a chuckle or wishful thinking comment when we say this, and we say this often, but if we didn’t believe we could end the problem of overpopulation, we have no business asking anyone to believe in us... much less to give us even one of their hard earned dollars.

  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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