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ONE DOG AT A TIME

At Rescue Me Pawsome Style (a foster-based nonprofit 501(c)(3) located in Medina, OH) we are dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of the abused, abandoned and forgotten.  Our focus is on finding forever homes for death row and at-risk (pregnant) dogs and their pups. This is accomplished by forging strong relationships with our financial supporters, rescue partners, medical providers, transporters and, most importantly, our loving and devoted fosters and adopters.


 

UNLEASH YOUR LOVE

How You Can Make a Difference

Rescue Puppy

DONATE

Rescuing dogs and puppies is a big undertaking and we rely on donations and sponsorships to save lives. Unfortunately, adoption fees only cover part of the cost of a rescue, which include vaccines, heartworm tests, spay/neuter and often, additional treatments and even surgery. 100% of your tax-deductible donation goes directly to the good work of getting more animals into loving, forever homes! 

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FOSTER

As a pet foster parent, you can help save a life by caring for a dog in your home until it is ready for adoption or until the perfect forever home is found. You provide the love and we pay for everything your foster pup needs! Our fosters are the real Superheroes in rescue!

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ADOPT

When you adopt a rescue pet, you’re saving a life—but you’re actually saving more than one. By adopting, you’re helping make space for another animal in need and giving your new family member a second chance to live a life filled with love.

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SPAY/NEUTER


Overpopulation is the biggest contributor to the euthanization of shelter animals.  At fault are owners who intentionally or negligently allow their pets to reproduce and for-profit breeders (puppy mills, pet stores, online sellers and backyard breeders ). 

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“The greatness of a nation and it's moral progress can be judged by the way it's animals are treated.” -Gandhi