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This dog has been rescued Wyandot County Dog Shelter
7790 State Highway 199,
Upper Sandusky,
Ohio 43351

The shelter is an old white barn next to the Wyandot County Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center.
Click here for map and directions

Telephone: 419-294-5408

For information about the dogs e-mail wyandotdog1@gmail.com
The dog in the photo on the right has been rescued

THE SHELTER IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The dog pound and drop box are temporarily closed because of the COVID-19. They DO NOT have any dogs in the pound. If you have any questions or concerns you are still welcome to call 419-294-5408.

If you have lost your dog contact the Wyandot County Humane Society

If you are interested in adopting a dog see the links below

The Wyandot County Sheriffs Office is now handling the duties of the Dog Warden

Since the County is without a Dog Warden, the Sheriffs Office will be enforcing the laws of dog ownership. We want to remind everyone that if you have a dog, you need to have it licensed. We also need to make everyone aware that since the Auditors Office is not allowing anyone in their office to purchase dog tags, due to Covid-19, you need to
go online to purchase your dog license (click here).

The deputies will be checking to make sure your dogs are properly licensed if they are called out for any dog related complaints. It is your responsibility to make sure your dogs are on your property and properly leashed, or in a fenced in area. If you see a dog running loose, please do not hesitate to call the Wyandot County Sheriffs Office. Since Wyandot County is not currently operating the Dog Pound, please do not drop off any dogs at that location. Please take them to the Wyandot County Humane Society.

See more information on the Wyandot County Sheriffs Office Facebook page.

Friends of Wyandot County Dog Shelter on Facebook See the Friends of Wyandot County Dog Shelter Facebook page here


Doggie Detour, Upper Sandusky, Ohio Doggie Detour, Upper Sandusky, Ohio
Doggie Detour is a small independent rescue located in Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Doggie Detour is a not for profit family run rescue and relies solely on adoption fees and donations from kind-hearted people to off-set the cost of vetting and caring for the dogs in our care. If you foster or adopt a dog from the Doggie Detour that will allow them to rescue a death row dog from Wyandot County Dog Shelter.

January 24th: EMPTY! Two Husky type dogs pulled by Pati and Kim and transported to Kaleidoscope K9s, Seville, OhioKaleidoscope K9s, Seville, OH. Kaleidoscope K9s rescue dogs from Wyandot County Dog Shelter. WE ARE IN DESPERATE NEED OF FOSTER HOMES! Fostering is a great way to have a dog without out all the added expense. Not to mention you are actually helping to save a life! You can donate items such as blankets, towels, food, collars, leashes, toys, dog beds, sheets, treats, etc. You can donate your time walking, feeding, transporting or even helping at adoption events.

Licking County Humane Society, Heath, Ohio

April 18th: EMPTY! "Willie" was pulled by Licking County Humane Society. "Kate" was pulled by Doggie Detour. There are currently NO Dogs at the shelter!

Oct 5th: EMPTY! Johnny the Treeing Walker Coonhound and Jenny the Redtick Coonhound have been adopted so the shelter is empty.

One of A Kind Pet Rescue, Akron, Ohio

Wednesday September 6th, 2018: Henry, John and Red were transported to Mutts in a Rut Rescue in Cleveland today. Thank you so much Cathy for transporting them and to Mutts in a Rut Rescue for taking these 3 dogs into your rescue where they will be vetted and put up for adoption.

Wednesday March 14, 2018: Buster and Bob, were rescued by One of a Kind Pets, Akron, Ohio.

December 8th 2017: Dewy and Jasper were rescued by Heritage Farms Animal Rescue, Liberty Center, Ohio. Heritage Farms Animal Rescue is a 501c3 group of volunteers whose main purpose is to provide temporary homes for animals saved from shelters, pounds, breeders, and owner surrenders. All of our animals are in foster homes where they are provided with the love and socializing they need. Please make a donation towards Dewy and Jasper's vetting costs and care - see the website for the Paypal Donate button.

October 18th 2017: 'Bob' the adult male Beagle was rescued by HOUND Rescue and Sanctuary, Findlay, Ohio

 The Toronto Humane Society The Toronto Humane Society (Canada) Three dogs are free today (June 20th 2017) thanks to Sue Pfeiffer Douglas and the Toronto Humane Society.

Maggie's Mission, Sharon Center, Ohio will often rescue a dog from the Wyandot County Dog Shelter if they can find a foster or adoptive home quickly - their foster homes are always full. If you can adopt a dog or help in any way please see their contact page here. All dogs adopted from Maggie's Mission are vaccinated, wormed and neutered. See the dogs needing homes by clicking here. To foster a dog from Maggie's Mission Rescue fill out an application here.

All Species Adoption Program, Carey, Ohio
If you foster or adopt a dog from the ASAP that will allow them to rescue a death row dog from Wyandot County Dog Shelter.

Brew Beagles Brew Beagles Helping great Beagles find fantastic homes in the Mid-Atlantic area - VA, MD, DC, DE, WV, PA, NJ, NY.

Hardin County Humane Society, Kenton, Ohio
We do not have a shelter, but have been able to rescue and save animals with foster homes allowing our animals to be in home settings while they are vetted and looking for their forever homes.

Maggie's Mission, Sharon Center, Ohio Maggie's Mission, Sharon Center, Ohio
The founders of Maggie's Mission have been rescuing dogs and horses from ill fate for over 10 years and officially became a 501c3 in 2014. Maggie Muirden and Sarah Aitken, are passionate about saving the lives of furry friends. With the help of foster homes and great volunteers, this organization has been able to save and re-home numerous dogs and horses in Northeast Ohio. Many of Maggie's Mission rescue dogs were saved from urgent situations at the Cleveland Animal Control Facility, as well as other over-flowing shelters in the Northeast Ohio region. Maggie has a special love for horses, and many of the horses for adoption were rescued from auctions in Sugar Creek, Ohio. If you foster or adopt a dog from the Maggie's Mission that will allow them to rescue a death row dog from Wyandot County Dog Shelter.

Heritage Farms Animal Rescue, Liberty Center, Ohio
Heritage Farms Animal Rescue is a 501c3 group of volunteers whose main purpose is to provide temporary homes for animals saved from shelters, pounds, breeders, and owner surrenders. All of our animals are in foster homes where they are provided with the love and socializing they need. Click here to see dogs needing homes in Liberty Center, Ohio.

One of A Kind Pet Rescue, Akron, Ohio One of A Kind Pet Rescue, Akron, Ohio
The Adoption Center at One of A Kind Pet Rescue routinely houses over 200 animals awaiting a home and a second chance at a full life. Our dogs and cats are truly 'one of a kind' because they all have a story prior to being rescued. Some of their stories are dramatic and others are unfortunate. Their varied pasts are proof-positive we truly have 'one of a kind' animals! Come out and meet the pets currently available at the Adoption Center. Potential adopters are thoroughly screened. A successful union is extremely important and making the right match is our goal! Our knowledgeable Adoption Counselors will be happy to answer any questions you may have and will offer suggestions on how to make the transition with your new family member a success. We are Located at 1929 West Market Street in Akron, Ohio 44313 (behind Walgreen’s and AutoZone). If you foster or adopt a dog from the One of A Kind Pet Rescue that will allow them to rescue a death row dog from Wyandot County Dog Shelter.

HOUND Rescue and Sanctuary, Findlay, Ohio rescue dogs from Wyandot County Dog Shelter. We are a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Rescue and Sanctuary for homeless dogs located near Findlay, Ohio. We work to place dogs into loving forever homes with responsible new owners. We also provide lifelong sanctuary to senior and unadoptable dogs. We rescue dogs from high risk pounds and shelters in order to save them from euthanasia. We also take in abandoned, stray, and owner surrendered dogs. We provide veterinary care, food, shelter and all the love and respect they so desperately need and deserve. Their lives matter! Ensuring their happiness, health, and well being now and for their future is our priority. A fenced in yard is required for most of our Adoptable Dogs. Please help us in our mission to Save the Lives of and Provide for Dogs in Need!

Save a Shelter Shih Tzu, Urbana, Ohio rescue dogs from Wyandot County Dog Shelter. SASS Rescue is a group of individuals that rescue Shih Tzus from a variety of situations all over the country such as high kill shelters to owner surrenders. We love and care for them in our own homes until a suitable permanent home is found. By having the dogs in our homes it enables us to better help you select the right dog for your family. Our goal is that our dogs will be in a loving home for the rest of their lives.

Pointer Rescue, Ohio area
If you foster or adopt a dog from the Pointer Rescue that will allow them to rescue a death row dog from Wyandot County Dog Shelter.

Champaign County Animal Welfare League, Mechanicsburg, Ohio rescue dogs from Wyandot County Dog Shelter.

League for Animal Welfare, Cincinnati, Ohio rescue dogs from Wyandot County Dog Shelter.

Almost Home Dog Rescue of Ohio Collie and Sheltie Rescue, Delaware, OH

Golden Treasures Rescue Golden Retriever Rescue, Bath, OH

Teddy's Rescue & Sanctuary Findlay, OH 45840

Howl at the Moon Siberian Husky Rescue Inc. Zanesville, OH 43702

Peace for Paws Dublin, Ohio. Peace for Paws Ohio is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The organization primarily rescues animals from kill shelters in Ohio and surrounding states. Due to the high volume of urgent or “death row” dogs, the organization does not accept owner surrenders. Each animal is spayed or neutered, vaccinated for Rabies, DHPP, Bordetella, microchipped, heartworm negative and de-wormed prior to adoption. All animals are on heartworm preventative and flea/tick preventative. Outside normal veterinary care, the organization also provides any additional veterinary care due to sickness or injury. The organization treats heartworm positive dogs and provides surgeries when necessary. We have relationships with Veterinary practices around Columbus. We rely heavily on the generous donations of the public to help fund these efforts.

Logan's Run Dachshund SanctuaryLogan's Run Dachshund Sanctuary, Bucyrus, OH. We are a small rescue and sanctuary for Dachshunds. We do occasional have other small dogs that are looking for an adoptive family. Because our dogs are rescues that may have special requirements, by filling out an adoption application you agree that you understand our sole interest is the best placement of the dog for its lifetime and in no way guarantees we will place a dog with you.

Safe Harbor Schnauzer Rescue Port Clinton, OH 43452

Another Chance Sanctuary, Clyde, Ohio

Save Me Rescue, Canada Save Me Rescue Canada We are a non profit organization dedicated to saving dogs and placing them in loving and caring homes in Southern Ontario, Canada.

Adopt a Pet - Save Two Lives

County Map of Ohio

Neuter Your Pet

E-mail:
wyandotdog1@gmail.com for information about the pets
webmaster@dogrescues.net for information about this website

This website has been operating since April 28th 2011. We understand that almost all the dogs at Wyandot County Dog Shelter in over 5 years have been rescued or adopted thanks to the concerned citizens of Ohio. Only two dogs were put down - one was very ill and the other was very aggressive. Many dog pounds kill over 80% of their intake.

Page updated: September 3rd 2020
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