Welcome to Ohio Hound Rescue!

News and Aroos

Sep. 17, 2017
Three Sisters and Ohio Hound Rescue have won a major Humane Education Grant from The Petfinder Foundation and Build-a-Bear Workshops. We will be seeking libraries or classrooms to visit throughout 2017/ 2018 to share our puppets and books. As always WE OFFER COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS for children that want to participate in our "Youth Foster Program." If you are a librarian or teacher in greater Cincinnati, and you'd like a visit... please send a message via this contact page!
Sep. 17, 2017
You can now shop, cruelty free, anytime... and help our hounds too! Go to SKH.po.sh and order all your personal care items, knowing that none of them were tested on beagles (or rabbits, or mice...)
See the pet of your dreams? Submit an application here!

*If you are at Jack's Pets, please go to page linked in left column.
Looking for a new friend? Visit our Petfinder listings, under Three Sisters Pet Rescue.
We need your help, if we are to continue to rescue special needs pets like Sally. Please consider making a tax deductible donation today!
Welcome to Ohio Hound Rescue & Ohio Hound Rescue dba Three Sisters Pet Rescue.

Merry Meet!

As president of Ohio Hound Rescue (aka Three Sisters Pet Rescue) I'd like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our website. And invite you to join us in the battle against canine and feline homelessness.

Ohio Hound Rescue is a 501c3 recognized charity in the state of Ohio, explicitly founded to aid in the rescue of hounds (and other breeds, as well as cats) from Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky shelters. We are an offshoot of "Three Sisters Pet Rescue" which has been in existence since 2002. (So we can sometimes be "Ohio Hound Rescue dba Three Sisters." It's all one group! We started out as a family run rescue and we grew over a fifteen year period... to need a fundraising arm. That's how Ohio Hound Rescue was born!)

Most of TS/OHR's adoptables are housed in foster care, where they are getting the love and training they need to become really good pets. Some are in boarding at veterinary clinics or kennel facilities; either because they need special veterinary or behavioral attention. (Or because we simply do not have enough foster homes for them.)

Please adopt, foster, donate and tell your friends! And, while I'm asking.... PLEASE always, always, always.... SPAY AND NEUTER!

Sincerely,

Susan Hergert