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Our Featured New Philadelphia, OH Partner:
From Heaven to Earth - New Philadelphia Chapter
Dog adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog and you'll have a friend for life!
Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:
We are open to adopting to any one from anywhere after an interview to make sure the pet is compatible to your situation and you are willing to make the trip to us. Sorry no transports at this time.
From Heaven to Earth is a 501c3 rescue that wants to save as many adoptable puppies as possible, proactively. Most of their puppies come from Amish, Farmers, and other families that have not gotten their pets spay/neutered. Many people still hold to the idea that spay/neuter takes the "work" out of the dog, others avoid it for religious reasons and some don't have or will not spend the money. The Rescue also gets a small percentage of their dogs from "Puppy Mills". The Humane Societies in the area are not large enough to handle the volume of dogs. From Heaven to Earth's goal is to find these puppies before they go to the pounds and other facilities, or before they are "Taken Care Of" in other ways. In doing this, they hope to alleviate the pressure on the Humane Societies and Pounds as well as help spread the word on Spay/Neuter. Often they are able to convince people to get the mother spayed which the Rescue pays for with money generated from their adoption fees.
Come Meet our Pets:
We show by appointments only, so give us a call at 330-465-6040.
Our Adoption Process:
We ask that you call us at the number provided in the description of the pet. We do our interview over the phone and if everything checks out for both parties, we schedule a time for you to meet your new friend. At the meeting we go over the health record for the pet and any questions on temperament. We then have a short contract to sign promising to care for the pet and have them altered when old enough.