The greatness of a nation and it's moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.
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Join iGive.com for free so that Operation Warm & Cozy Inc. can earn money whenever you shop online. We'll also get $5 for each new supporter in July. Plus, iGive is giving away another special $2,000 in July to the top three people who get the most friends to join and use the iGive Button. You can support our cause, or your own favorite group. There will be one $1,000 winner, and two $500 winners. All you need to do is try the iGive Button through October 15, 2014. No purchase necessary!
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Baby Girl Lilly: ADOPTED!
Harley and Roy have been adopted together!
Enjoying life indoors for the first time in 3 yrs
Red/Sashi/Bieber/Ms. Kitty and Daxx:
NEED HOMES !!
Rusty(2 year resident)
- All dogs in shelter can be seen on "Shelter Dogs" page. Other OWC dogs in foster care are available on .com
Starved & dumped on a property in the summer of 2012 while home owners were on , Mister Ped now resides at OWC Sanctaury. What a lover. Here with Mackenzie, horse lover and awesome volunteer at OWC!!!
Our volunteer came out on Saturday April 6th 2013 and gave Mr Ped ALL kinds of love!! Thank you Seth and Avi!!!
Avi groomed Ped and cleaned his hooves. Thank you AVI!!!!!!!!
Donations needed to care for all animals on this site. Send to:
3706 1/2 Seibert Hill Rd. SW
New Philadelphia, OH 44663.
or use: PayPal on "About Us" page
VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO:
Ohio Grow/Monsanto Fund
Bryan and Brett Guspyt, local farmes in Tuscarawas County, donated $2,500 to Operation Warm & Cozy Inc. This generous gift to the animals was made possible by The Monsanto Fund and Ohio Farmers Grow which enables to donate to the of their choice. Bryan became familiar with our organization after adopting a puppy (Diesel) from OWC in 2012. OWC continues to obtain hay and straw from the Guspyts to aid in our rescue efforts.
Munch was brought to OWC shelter over a year ago. His ACLS were torn
and his owner decided he would shoot him because he was no longer good for hunting. Well, thanks to a kind neighbor intervening, Munch is now living Warm & Cozy with volunteer staff member, Rachel Ragsdale.
Munch at home with Jack (another OWC volunteer :)
DUKE HAS BEEN ADOPTED!!
Blind in one eye, Duke was being attacked by neighborhood dogs weekly, and he was tied outside for an entire year(or longer) without shelter. Neighbors took a stand and brought Duke to OWC shelter where he learned to trust humans and other dogs again:)
Happy New Year Dukey!!!!!We all love and miss you so very much!!!!!
Ruby was adopted after 1 1/2 yrs at OWC:)
She is doing great with 3 other dogs in her new life. You've come a long way baby!!!
EDWARD WAS ADOPTED AFTER 2 1/2 YEARS IN OUR SHELTER:)
(below) Love you Eddie!
Tango has been adopted!!!
Tango was tied to a tree for several months with no shelter, These were freezing, autumn months. came only once in a while, but a "hero" put a stop to that when they called OWC to intervene. Tango was brought to our shelter in November 2012 and was a joy right up until (4/21/13) when he was adopted into a lovely family from Ann Arbor, MI.
No more sleeping on ICE for Tango!!!!!
Mario was left behind when his family moved out of state. OWC was pleased to have him in our facility for almost 1 year after he was abandoned. He is now in upstate NY with a family that will NEVER leave him:)
Mario in new "digs"
Girlie has been adopted:)
Two cowards threw this lovely puppy from a moving in Canton, Ohio. Sanitation workers rescued her and brought her to OWC. She is doing great:)
Girlie moments after Canton city workers scooped her up to safety.
PROPANE NEEDED FOR SHELTER
Call "Suburban Propane" 330-602-4471 and donate directly to OWC's account.
DONATE using PayPal on "ABOUT US" page, or send checks to:
3706 Seibert Hill Rd SW. New Phila, OH 44663
OWC T-shirts and sweatshirts to help fund the Warm & Cozy Dog Sanctuary.
Sweatshirts $ 20.00
Go to Pay-Pal on "ABOUT US" page and specify size and style. Add $4.00 for shipping if out of OH
Free T-shirt with any donation of $25.00 or more. Please specify shirt size if you would like one:)
Local Cat Spay Event
Call Now 330-364-7190
Females are $80.00 and Males are $75.00
NOMAD event in Late Aug or Sept, 2014
Males $50.00 Females $60.00
nomad is a mobile feline spay/neuter cliniic
Brynn Cline assisted with the 34 cats on the Feb 20th spay event. So far OWC and NOMAD have successfully sterilized hundreds of cats through many different low cost spay programs Sign up today!!! Stay tuned for upcoming NOMAD events.
Males 50.00 Females 60.00 when NOMAD is in town
Ask us about the "Dogs off Chains" program!! Call 330 364-7190 or use contact page
179 dogs enrolled since Sunday, Jan 22 '12
FREE STRAW/doghouses AVAILABLE FOR PICK- UP again in October.
1,787 straw distributions have been made to outdoor pets since Jan 2008 by OWC
All tax deductible donations go directly to the care of . There are NO paid employees. Aside from veterinarians, all care givers who work with OWC animals are strictly volunteers.