D.R.E.A.M - Events
Dedicated  Rescue  Efforts  for  Animals  in  Many counties

MAY 6 and 7th    Tipp City Community Wide Garage Sale

MAY 14th      Bark for Life - Troy (Duke Park)
MAY 21 & 22  MEET & GREET:  YMCA - Troy 
                   (Sat. Noon - 3pm) and (Sun. 1 - 3pm)
MAY 28th      MEET & GREET:  Unity Bank   - Troy
Learn more about our ADOPTABLES on the ADOPTME page at Dream4pets.org

JUN 4th & 5th    Troy Strawberry festival
JUN  24th Tails of 2 Cities- sponsored by PAW Patrol
(location: Eastwood Metro Park)
JUL  29 & 30thMiami Valley Music Fest - Troy
AUG 13 & 14th Englewood Arts festival
                                            (Centennial Park in Englewood)
SEPT 24 & 25th Tipp City Mum festival

You can STAY INFORMED about events, adoptables, and more.....
be sure to "LIKE" us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/Dream4pets),
or let us know if you would like to be on our EMAIL list 
We are an approved 501c3 organization
   Low Cost Spay, Neuter and Vaccine clinics - click here
  • If you choose your local veterinarian, we can help with up to $60. subsidy for your dog, and up to $30. subsidy for your cat.  Visit our RESOURCE page to learn more about the required application and process.
Questions about an Event ......       Email us at PetsRRpassion@gmail.com

Interested in volunteering .....   Send us your information on this volunteer form
Where will you find DREAM  ?
DREAM has no facility; so, you will typically find us
"out and about" in the community showcasing our pooches, raising funds, and sharing information
about the opportunities related to
rescue, rehabilitating and rehoming. 
We operate 100% from volunteer & community support
Most veterinarians will recommend not before 6 months of age.  It is always best to check with your vet before you schedule surgery for your pet.  Spaying and Neutering your pet can add YEARS of HEALTHY life by reducing the risk of cancer which is prevelant in many breeds.
How soon can you spay or neuter ?
The BEST way to STOP the OVERPOPULATION of pets !   Unplanned litters quickly end up in county shelters when they are  abandoned  or  unwanted ; many OHIO shelters and rescue groups are already overcrowded.   Please be a responsible pet owner: Vaccinate, Spay and Neuter...................
it helps your pet stay HEALTHY.