Rescue and Adoption

Our Rescue and Adoption program takes in unwanted or undesirable animals off the streets and out of animal shelters and provides them with medical care, rehabilitation, and training to ensure they're able to find a loving forever home. 

We accept animals that are surrendered by their owners only after they have spoken with our Shelter Diversion department to try to find an alternate solution

Available for Adoption


Regen is a 1.5 year old Pit Bull mix. Regen was scheduled to be euthanized at the Franklin County Dog Shelter due to medical concerns with her hind leg (old fracture). 

Since pulling Regen from the shelter, TeamTAHO has spent every day with her and absolutely love her! She is house trained and loves to play. This girl has enough energy to share - she loves playing with toys and going on walks. She is just as content with laying next to you as you work or watch tv. 


Gordy is a six month old male neutered PotBelly pig. 

He is house trained and very friendly. 

Potential adopters/fosters will be required to meet with an adoption counselor prior to submitting application to discuss the ins and outs of pig ownership. 

Pepper and Ginger

Pepper and Ginger are a bonded pair that were surrendered to TAHO. 

Due to changing situations around the home, they were becoming very stressed so the owner was forced to seek an alternative option. 

These two enjoy cuddling and are very lovable.  They are looking for a loving home that they can call their own - together. 


Fostering gives you the opportunity to single-handedly change an animal’s life for the better. 

  • The more foster families we have on board, the more animals we can save! 
  • Fostering can provide the unique, individualized attention that some animals require before they’re ready for adoption.
  • Fostering has a direct, positive impact on the animal and is a very rewarding experience for those who choose to become caregivers.

So many animals are euthanized each year in local shelters due to the stresses that they experience in that environment causing their mental health to gradually decline. Temporary foster homes allow these animals to decompress and provides enrichment that will allow these animals to become wonderful family companions. 

TAHO works closely with our foster families to ensure they have the resources and training to handle the type of animals they want to foster. 

If you are interested in becoming a TAHO Foster, please fill out the form below and submit it to our organization via email, fax, or in person. Contact us with any questions you may have regarding our Foster Program.


Adoption and Foster applications can be submitted via email, fax, or delivered in person. 

Help Us Save Lives

Your donation can help us rescue more animals by supplying food, medical care, training, and rehabilitation to the animals in our programs. 

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card

Contact Us

If you are attempting to surrender a pet please contact our Shelter Diversion Department first. 

The Animal Health Organization

7206 Gooding Blvd, Delaware, Ohio 43015, United States

(740) 549-1950