DASH ( Danielle's animal safe haven) rescue Is a 501 3c rescue trying to place as many homeless animals in loving homes as we possibly can. We pull breeds of all types and sizes. We rescue dogs from your purse puppies to your gentle giants and all in between. We pull from kill shelters where most pups are on their last day. We try to keep our adoption fees within reason, but they do vary. In rescuing these hopeful pets, there comes a lot of expenses. These fees help with vetting, medications, altering (age appropriate) and so much more. If you are interested in fostering or donating any unwanted supplies, cash donations or even food, please contact 614-307-5597 or 740-412-0369, we are always in need of any kind of help. The more help we get, the more lives we can save. You can also email us.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We are not a facility, but rather private homes. If you are interested in a specific dog or cat please contact the foster parent whose information is listed under that pet. If you are not able to contact someone, please email or call our main number. We try to return calls within 24 hrs. 740-412-0369 614-307-5597
Our Adoption Process...
You can request an application by emailing Daniellegraybob@aol.com or Dashrescue00@gmail.com and an application will be emailed to you. You are also welcome to contact the foster parent of the pet you are interested in. We like to do a home visit and vet reference as well. We do not have set fees for all dogs or cats. We try to list the dogs adoption fee on their page. Cats and kittens are donations usually. Most fees range from $150 - $200. Some are lower or higher. But on average that is the range.
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