has served Ottawa and the surrounding counties for over 70 years

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A: Special Needs Adoptions
While the majority of animals at the Ottawa Humane Society are adopted through the general OHS Adoption Program, some animals that are not suitable for general adoption may be eligible for the Special Needs adoption program or the .
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A: Every day animals at the Ottawa Humane Society find new homes. Each year the Society finds homes for approximately 3700 cats, dogs and small domestic pets. We are proud of our efforts and are committed to placing 100 per cent of adoptable animals into new, loving homes. Prairie Paws Animal Shelter has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Ottawa, KS.
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is a non-profit organization which was founded in Ottawa in February 2015. We are an all-breed, all-size foster based rescue which operates in Ottawa and surrounding areas. Non-Profit Corporation #78376 1323 RC0001.

We are dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned dogs, dogs from shelters and taking in desperate owner surrenders when they can no longer care for them.

We do so by working with committed volunteers, foster homes, local veterinarians, and trainers. We are able to rescue dogs in need and provide them with loving temporary care until a well-matched carefully screened "furever home" is found.

Our fosters and volunteers are the heart and soul of Freedom Dog Rescue, and the reason we are able to successfully rescue and adopt out so many deserving dogs. We truly are like a family of friends and in some cases we actually are family and it's just so amazing that we can share our passion together and have so much fun doing it.

Being a foster based rescue means that any dog in care with us is placed in a loving foster home and not in a kennel environment. We strongly believe that they have gone through enough hardship in their lives and all of our foster families are devoted to showing the dogs in our care how to be part of a family and feel loved. We are so appreciative of our foster families who work very hard to give these dogs a second chance at a happy life.