Dog of the Month – Elinor

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Brindle beauty, ELINOR, is proof that beauty isn’t just skin deep. She’s bright as a button, easygoing, and loving. She divides her days between frolicking with her brother, Nash, and napping. Elinor, who was born in May 2017, is crate trained, house trained, and fully vetted. She is good with other dogs, she loves people,  and she is quite the cuddle bug.

About The Rescue

We are a 501c3 animal rescue and sanctuary dedicated to ending the senseless killing of animals who have been discarded by society and place them into loving homes where they will be cared for for the rest of their lives.   The rescue is able to operate through donations, fundraising, and grants that we are able to secure. We do not receive government funding of any kind and, are in constant need of financial and volunteer assistance to ensure the dogs get the care and attention they deserve.

Please take a moment to review our site to see how you may be able to help.  No donation is too small —No time donated to help is too little —the dogs and rescue director are thankful for any assistance.  All donations are Tax Deductible!  With YOUR help we can educate the public in proper care of our canine companions, provide assistance to pets whose families have fallen on hard times, and make a difference in the life of one dog at a time through rescue, rehabilitation when necessary, and adoption.

Thank you!

Joyce Deckard, Director

and ALL the fur kids at OLBH

CLICK HERE to learn how OLBH got started

A GREAT ALTERNATIVE TO “FREE TO GOOD HOME” WHEN NEEDING TO REHOME YOUR PET!
We guide the owner through the entire process: From how to screen applicants based on the knowledge and expertise shared by some of our 17,000+ shelter and rescue partners to conducting a no-pressure meet and greet at a safe, public location like a Petco store. When a good match has been made, we help the owner and the adopter through the transfer which covers all of the important points, including what happens in the event an adoption doesn’t work out.