Passionate Paws Dog Rescue - Bremen Pet Shelter

Passionate Paws Dog Rescue

Passionate Paws Dog Rescue is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization who relies on donations and fundraisers to allow us to continue helping homeless, neglected, shelter and owner surrendered dogs. We are completely foster based with no physical shelter or building. We have a 6 member board of directors as well as several foster homes and we are hoping to grow constantly. We spay or neuter all dogs over 16 weeks of age prior to adoption as well as fully cover them with appropriate vaccinations and flea/HW preventative. We are based out of Hocking and Fairfield Counties in Southeastern Ohio and adopt our dogs all over Ohio and in some cases, out-of-state.

  • Shelter Address

  • Bremen, OH
  • Phone
  • (740) 974-7155
  • Contact Name
  • Website
  • Pet types
  • Dogs
  • Location served
  • Ohio

Adoption Process

All applications must be received via email through the Passionate Paws Dog Rescue email ([email protected]) to be considered for adopting. Applications are reviewed by the board members of Passionate Paws in the order they are received. The Secretary of Passionate Paws is responsible for making phone calls regarding landlords, and vet references. All information can be found on the adopter’s application. If a potential adopter does not have any current pets, the secretary is responsible for contacting at least one of the adopter’s personal references. The secretary should then report checks to the rest of the board members and the board member in charge of phone interviews. The top applicants who have cleared and passed landlord checks, vet checks, and/or personal reference checks are contacted for a phone interview. The phone interview is a 10-15 minute conversation with a potential adopter answering a series of adoption questions regarding pet experience, training experience, household lifestyle, and routine. This interview allows board members to get a better idea if the potential adopter’s lifestyle is the best fit for said dog. The interviews are then processed into notes and shared with the rest of the board members. The board then forms a decision on who they believe makes the best fit home for said dog. This applicant is then scheduled for a meet and greet and/or adoption all in one. Please note, that this process can take several days to complete as the board members all do this on a volunteer basis and schedules must be coordinated with board member, foster, and adoption applicant for the meet and greet and/or adoption process.

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