To coordinate and provide logistics pertaining to the relocation of homeless, neglected, and abused at risk Hound Dogs, in high kill shelters to established partner rescue groups, located where the breed is not as prevalent, and a healthy public adoption base/interest exists
We help relocate hounds to give the dogs a chance to live and the dog loving public an alternate choice when adopting.
Once brought to the West Coast, our hounds are relocated to our partner rescues, where they are cared for until adoption, at which point we no longer have possession of them.
Dedicated to Saving Lives: Since our inception, we were able to rescue the lives of over 1000 hounds who have found loving homes through our partner rescues! For most update information on our Hound Hauls please visit our Facebook and Instagram!
We are currently collecting funds to cover the Hound Haul of 22 beagles from Mississippi to Nevada! Simply click the button above to go directly to our PayPal fundraising page. And take a look at our Mississippi gallery below, or click here to see some of their incredibly adorable faces!
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Raising Funds for OHH
Current fundraising is focused on the immediate need for more transportation, as well as our next Hound Haul! While we have incredible volunteers willing to transport hounds in need, we are in dire need of:
+ a truck capable of hauling a trailer
+ a second trailer to go on concurrent hauls
We are currently collecting funds to cover the Hound Haul of 22 beagles from Mississippi to Nevada!
This program has been in existence since May 2016, initially in memory of a rescued KY hound dog Emily when she passed at an old age. She came as a puppy from the Mayfield Shelter in KY to San Diego. Two years later, we are now helping that same shelter with their hounds.
Once we moved the first Shelter dog from TN, to a partner rescue in San Diego, we saw how bad things were for the hounds back east and made an attempt to move another, and another… soon it was 10 at a time, then (with our rescue partner Priceless Pets), we helped relocate 37 in one go, right after hunting season ended. Then it became a transport of 10 to 20+ on an almost every month rotation to that same partner rescue in Chino Hills.
We originally called ourselves east2west coast hound transfer and were a DBA under a 501c3 that was not rescue related, but they liked our concept.
We realized over time that we were unable to fund-raise on facebook, apply for certain grants, financial or product as we needed an EIN number to match the name of our nonprofit, which it didn’t as a DBA.
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