Partner Profile: Columbus Dog Connection
OAA is proud to present the Columbus Dog Connection (CDC), the only not-for-profit mobile spay/neuter clinic in Central and Southern Ohio. CDC provides services for animals located within a 2-hour radius of Columbus.
Mission: CDC is a 501(c)(3) limited-admission dog and cat rescue organization, formed in 1998. CDC is comprised of a network of dog enthusiasts who rescue all breeds of dogs and cats. CDC promotes all Ohio rescues and shelters and is in dogged pursuit of saving every adoptable dog until dogs and cats are no longer euthanized for lack of space.
Unofficial Mission: To go out of business because CDC services are no longer needed. CDC often hears a chuckle or wishful-thinking comment when they say this–and they say this often–but if CDC didn’t believe they could end the problem of overpopulation, they say they have no business asking anyone to believe in them, much less to ask donors to give them even one of their hard-earned dollars.
Mobile Spay/Neuter: CDC operates a high-quality, aggressive, statewide mobile spay/neuter service, targeting areas with high animal population and low spay/neuter resources. CDC also offers a low-cost dog and cat vaccine clinic the first Saturday of each month, but dogs and cats must be spayed or neutered to attend. Every dog that leaves CDC care is spayed/neutered, including 8-week-old pups. CDC believes allowing a pup to leave their care intact perpetuates the problem they work so hard to overcome every day.
Service area: Columbus and communities within a 2-hour radius.
Learn more: For further information, see the Columbus Dog Connection website, FaceBook page, or contact:
Phone: (614) 471-9000
Mail: 2761 Johnstown Rd, Columbus OH 43219 (near the Columbus Airport)