Thousands of years ago, man domesticated dogs to be our protectors, hunters, herders, guardians, but most of all, our companions. Now, over 4 MILLION Dogs are killed each year. As a result, HOH is dedicated to spaying and neutering of all pets to help end the pet overpopulation epidemic.Why Should your pet be spayed or neutered?
All dogs adopted from HOH are spayed or neutered prior to release to loving new homes.
Founded in 2008, Helping Orphaned Hounds is an all volunteer, no kill, working on 501(c)3 non-profit organization with two main goals:
Help us save more lives! HOH relies on our generous volunteer foster caregivers to help save animals too young for adoption, recovering from illness or other medical treatment, or those that just need some extra TLC and/or socialization before they can be made available for adoption. Can you help? (foster agreement coming soon)
With no facility of our own, our greatest irony is that we're as homeless as the animals that we are helping! Instead of limiting us, that fact has driven us to create the model of a 21st Century "virtual shelter". Our animals are evaluated, spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and ultimately placed in a loving and permanent home.