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OC Poundhounds Small Breed Rescue

AKA OCPoundhoundsSmall Breed Rescue

Orange, CA

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OC Poundhounds Small Breed Rescue

Also Known As:
OCPoundhoundsSmall Breed Rescue
Physical Address:
Orange, CA 92866 
EIN:
26-3296833
Web URL:
www.OCPoundHounds.com
Leadership:
Ms Michele McKay
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Legitimacy Information

  • This organization is not registered with the IRS.
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Basic Organization Information

OC Poundhounds Small Breed Rescue

Also Known As:
OCPoundhoundsSmall Breed Rescue
Physical Address:
Orange, CA 92866 
EIN:
26-3296833
Web URL:
www.OCPoundHounds.com 
NTEE Category:
D Animal related 
D20 Animal Protection and Welfare (includes Humane Societies and SPCAs) 
None 
D Animal related 
D20 Animal Protection and Welfare (includes Humane Societies and SPCAs) 
Ruling Year:
2009 
How This Organization Is Funded:
Donations and Fund Raising - $4,500
PetCo Foundation - $1,800
ASPCA - $2,500

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Mission Statement

OCPoundHounds (OCPH) and its members are dedicated to advocating the importance of responsible pet care, the principles of proper pet selection and training, promoting pet adoptions, spay/neutering, and helping people to better understand and appreciate the ways in which pets make our lives better.  OCPH strives to alleviate pain and suffering of all Toy Breed dogs.


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Leadership (GuideStar ExchangeThe GuideStar Exchange allows nonprofits to regularly update key information directly to GuideStar. It provides richer and broader information about their programs, impact, finances, people and more. January, 2013)

Ms Michele McKay

Term:

Since Jan 2009

Profile:

OCPoundHounds was exclusively created/founded for charitable and educational purposes in 2005 by Michele McKay when she saw the need for small breed rescue and animal advocacy in Southern California. Michele has been actively working in Orange County, California, where OCPH is headquartered. The organization is volunteer run.

Leadership Statement:

Due to State of California budget cuts for animal shelters, companion animals are at a higher risk of euthanasia than ever before. Overall, dogs and cats killed in the US has decreased from 20-million dogs and cats euthanized in 1970, to 6-million in 2008 and around 3-million in 2011 (60% dogs and 70% cats) Southern CA still has a huge problem with over-population as only 10% of dogs entering the shelter system have been spayed or neutered. The OCRegister, has an example of this in a news item entitled “Kills double at O.C.’s largest ‘pro-humane’ animal shelter.”  It is urgent, more than ever before, to step forward to help reduce the unwanted pet populations and rescue small breed dogs in danger of euthanasia at animal shelters.



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Program: Project ANNA

Budget:
$10,000
Category:
Animal-Related
Population Served:
Adults

Program Description:

OCPH’s Project ANNA (Animals Now in Need of Assistance), in partnership with an established network of veterinary clinics, is committed to sponsoring costs of spaying/neutering for companion animals. Our funding goal of $10,000 for 2009 is 100% dedicated to sponsoring spay/neuter costs for, but not limited to, low and lost income families, fixed income families, members of the disabled community, the elderly, and homeless/shelter rescued animals. In addition, a volunteer network is established to facilitate the project with transportation support and other needs.   OCPH is addressing ZERO-Population growth in pet populations through programming and pet owner education.

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Program: OCPoundHounds HART

Budget:
$500,000
Category:
Animal-Related
Population Served:
Adults

Program Description:

OCPoundHounds HART is a funding project with a goal of $500,000 for development of a transitional rescue facility in Southern California. This facility will provide immediate, temporary housing for small dogs at risk of euthanasia at High Kill Shelters. Animals fostered at this facility will receive the special they need. They will remain at the facility until they are ready to be fostered in a home or adopted.   OCPH HART will help stem the flow of excessive euthanasia of pet over populations at animal shelters by providing immediate housing for stray/surrender small dogs with the best chance re-homing and adoption. OCPH is addressing ZERO-Population growth in pet populations through programming and pet owner education.  OCPoundHounds HART will help stem the flow of excessive euthanasia of pet over population at animal shelters by providing immediate housing for stray/surrender small dogs with the best chance re-homing and adoption. OCPH is addressing ZERO-Population growth in pet populations through programming and pet owner education.

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Impact Summary from the Nonprofit

OCPH was formed exclusively for rescuing Toy breed dogs in the shelter system in Southern CA and education the general public and prospective dog owners that shelter dogs are no "broken", old or abused but are homeless dogs due to the huge over-population problem in Southern CA.  OCPoundhounds reaches out to the community through their own, and community websites, monthly e-newsletters, brochures and other literature, Internet Community Bulletin Boards, and "Meet & Greet Clinics" held at locally at the PetCo in Orange on Katella Avenue, sponsored animal events and locally-owned pet supply establishments.

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