What are some animal rescue organizations in Dayton, Ohio?


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Animal rescue organizations in Dayton, Ohio, include the Montgomery County Animal Shelter and Humane Society of Greater Dayton. Robyn’s Nest Animal Rescue Inc. is located in nearby Miamisburg, and The Society for the Improvement of Conditions for Stray Animals is in the neighboring city of Kettering. Purebred Rescue Organization of Ohio and TEAM Greyhound Adoption of Ohio are breed-specific organizations that service the greater Dayton area.

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The Montgomery County Animal Resource Center is the largest companion animal shelter in the greater Dayton region. The organization monitors canine cruelty and dog fighting investigations and offers a reward of $5,000 for reporting dog fighting. Stray dogs that are found without their licenses are held for 3 days then put up for adoption.

The Humane Society of Greater Dayton is a "no-kill" animal welfare agency. The group investigates animal neglect and cruelty situations and also offers temporary shelter under its "safe haven" program for animals of families fleeing domestic-violence situations. The group also has a "barn cat" program to relocate homeless felines into barns where they live and are cared for.

Robyn’s Nest Animal Rescue Inc. is located in Miamisburg, Ohio, ten miles outside of Dayton. It is a non-profit animal rescue and adoption organization that is dedicated to saving and improving the lives of animals through rescue, adoption and education.

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