All Species Adoption Program (ASAP)

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Every pet deserves a loving family and the best life possible, just as we do. It is up to us, humans, to see that animals' needs are met emotionally, physically and mentally. They depend upon us and trust us with their fate; their destiny. We are responsible for their lives and the way they will spend the rest of that life. Are you prepared to accept that responsibility? If so, visit our pet list. Don't see what you want? Send us an email or call us, and we will try to help you find the love of your life.

Who We Are

ASAP is a non-profit program dedicated to matching the right people with the right pets.

We place all species of pets, from reptiles and birds, to exotics and livestock, but the majority of our pets are dogs. Adoption fees vary depending on the costs we have incurred per individual.

We assist local shelters and work with individuals who want pets, cannot keep the pet(s) they have, or know of pets in distress that need assistance. We currently do not have a single facility but rely on our members and fosters to house the pets until they are adopted.

If you are looking for a particular pet please contact us and we will do whatever we can to find the right one for you. To adopt a pet from ASAP we require an application filled out including valid references. We may periodically follow up with home visits or other forms of contact. We welcome all pet questions, comments, advice, and information.

ASAP is located near Carey, Ohio, in Wyandot county.

We can be reached by email:
phone: 419-458-0115
or by mail (please contact us for our mailing address) Please check out our website; You can also find us on facebook and adopt-a-pet

Adopting a friend

NO pets will live chained or tied outdoors, or in an outdoor kennel. These conditions, as well as mistreatment or neglect as decided by ASAP personnel will result in immediate removal of the pet from the premises.

Please consider the Wyandot County Dog Pound during your pet search. They are located in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, and charge $6.00 for their dogs. They do euthanize regularly. They can be reached at 419-294-5408, and are open 8-10 a.m. M-F or by appointment.

The Wyandot County Humane Society typically have a nice ion of pets, and they also euthanize. Please contact them at 419-294-4477 or visit the shelter at 9640 County Hwy. 330, Upper Sandusky, OH.

More furbabies are incarcerated at the high-kill Zanesville shelter. Please check the site below.

All Species Adoption Program (ASAP)
Carey, OH 43316
Phone: 419-458-0115
Animals love you no matter what.

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