Ozark Dogs Rescue Organization
A 501 C 3 non-profit organization

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 The loss of a great rescuer has befallen Ozark Dogs.
The grieving process continues for the loss of my dear husband but he would want me continue doing what we both loved so much: Rescuing dogs. I am back in full swing with new rescue intakes at my Mountain Home location. Please be aware that there is an application process and approval required. If you have not adopted from a rescue before, your approval may require a home visit from one of our rescue contacts.  


Please keep in mind that adopting a dog that is in rescue is still saving a life, because when we are 'full' we cannot take the next dogs that are going to be euthanized because we won't have room.  Adopting a dog that is not 'urgent' is still saving the life of one that is. 


Ozark Dogs has been rescuing, vetting and then placing puppies and dogs since 2003. Our primary rescues are what we refer to as "field failures".  Great Pyrenees, Komondors and mixes of livestock guardian breeds that did not 'work' as the farmer felt they should.   They are often rescued from the inevitable bullet, socialized and placed as companion dogs.   Occasionally we will rescue and place German Shepherds, Saint Bernards and Newfoundlands. Our goal is to do the very best for the dog. We feed quality food along with supplements.   We spay/neuter, provide immunizations, and de-worm. On adult dogs we test for Heartworm, Ehrlichia & Lymes to insure current health.  (Other testing or x-rays are done only at adopters specific request). All dogs are also micro-chipped and groomed before going to their forever home.

When needed, we socialize and work on basic training & housetraining .  Each adoption application is carefully reviewed to insure appropriate placement. Our priority is the welfare of the dog.  A family may be wonderful and perfect for many dogs but our decisions are based on matching the dog to the families dynamics and lifestyle and the love they have to offer. Adoption donations vary from $150 (sometimes waived for special circumstances) to $400 (usually for young purebred Komondors)


Come Visit Us! http://ozarkdogs.org/

A 501 C 3 non-profit organization

Ozark Dogs
78 Sleepy Hollow Rd.
Mountain Home, AR 72653
Phone: (870) 508-4814


Email: ozarkdogs@suddenlink.net