Wagging Tales Rescue is a public non-profit corporation established in 2019. Our goal is to provide a refuge for abandoned, abused, special needs, and homeless dogs. The focus is to help local animals and save dogs from high kill shelters in the region. We want to give the dogs as much time as they need to find their forever homes. While they wait they are in a safe place where they can enjoy their life.
Wagging Tales Rescue was formally established in 2019 to follow its founder’s dream to save as many dogs as possible and find them forever homes. Her mission was to provide aid to the dogs and the people who care for dogs in Central Ohio and surrounding states. The goal is to end the needless euthanasia of companion dogs.
We will take care of all of the medical needs of the dogs. We will provide them their own space to rest that is reasonably sized. They will have indoor and outdoor spaces to play and explore. There will be supervised play groups for the dogs to interact with one another. They will receive training of basic skills to help them learn how to live in a home with people. We will provide them with the skills to thrive in their forever homes.
Our organization will have several kinds of programs for the community. We will have reduced price spay and neuter services. This will help reduce the amount of dogs out in the world that would potential need saved or end up euthanized. Next, we will have reasonably priced training classes for people to bring their dogs to learn basic skills. This will be open to people who have adopted from us and to the general public. Lastly, we will have community outreach educational programs. These programs will be for all ages to learn about dogs, training, and dog etiquette.
We believe that there is a need for these services. We want to reduce the number of dogs that are being euthanized due to overcrowding in shelters. The training programs are needed to help low income dog owners learn how to teach their dogs basic skills. The spay and neuter clinics are necessary to help decrease the number of dogs that end up out in the streets. Finally, the community outreach programs will help the community to better understand how to treat dogs properly and how to live with their dogs in the community.
Who Are We Going to Rescue?
Goals of Wagging Tales Rescue