Emergency Housing Resources
Women’s Crisis Center - Pet Protection Program
Found House - Interfaith Hospitality Network
Address: 990 Nassau St, Cincinnati, OH 45206
Assists pet owners who have become homeless.
The Ion Center
Help for your pets when leaving your home because you are experiencing partner/domestic violence.
Cincinnati Area Pitbull Friendly Rentals –
*these rentals have been referred to us, we haven’t called to verify all of them. Please let us know if any are incorrect or if YOU know about a pittie-friendly landlord.
|Green Valley Apartments||Western Hills, OH||kjlrentals.com/green-valley/||513-906-8267|
|The Lofts at Wetherington||West Chester, OH||managementplusrealtyservice.com||513-772-2570|
|Waldo Apartments||Downtown, Cincinnati||waldoapartments.com||513-383-5579|
|Urban Properties OTR||Downtown, Cincinnati||facebook.com/UrbanPropOTR||513-374-8871|
|American Can Lofts||Northside, OH||americancanlofts.com||513- 827-5638|
|Gaslight Properties||Clifton, OH||gaslightproperty.com||513-861-6000|
|Grey Rock Property Development||Northside, OH||greyrockdevelopment.com||513-253-3480|
- This is a resource for Hamilton County residents to utilize.
- Please read the rules of the website before posting. Use clear and complete photos of the pet you are attempting to rehome.
- Creating a profile for your animal on this website will allow Cincinnati Animal CARE to promote your animal on our facebook page.
Facebook Rehoming Resources:
Go to the rehoming page and post a really clear photo or two of your pet and a nice description, along with the reason for rehoming. Oftentimes this is the fastest way to rehome a pet.
Tips and tricks for Re-Homing
- If you ask for a rehoming fee, do not ask for an unreasonable one, often times under $100 is sufficient to make sure the person interested is prepared and ready to take on the animal.
- Take great photos. Pictures are the first thing people see. You want them to grab attention and make people interested.
- Check the post often or set your facebook to give notifications. Being responsive will help the process move faster.
- Keep an open mind and be realistic. Although it may not be the perfect home you imagine for your pet, a home is always better than a shelter if the home seems fit enough to provide love, food, shelter, and water.
- Be honest about the needs of the animal. If the animal needs medical care, training, or a household without kids or other animals etc. kindly let the new family know. Phrases such as, “would do well in a home with older children”, or “prefers to be the king/queen of their castle” are ways to articulate certain behavior needs.