Dogs In Need Of Rescue

Dr. Prescott and staff at Dogs Only help dogs in need.

We are currently working with several organizations providing medical care, volunteer support and donations.

If you would also like to help, you can click on the links below for more information. 

Franklin County Dog Shelter

The Franklin County Dog Shelter
has many wonderful dogs
available for adoption from l
abradors to poodles and every-
thing in between.  The shelter is
always in need of donated items
such as towels, treats and newspaper.  There is a donation box located in our lobby or visit to make a monetary donation. 

Weimaraner Rescue

Tri State Collie Rescue

Tri State Collie Rescue provides rescue for collies that need homes.   Tri State is a group of concerned volunteers who seek to promote the welfare of the Collie breed in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and West Virginia. Visit their website for more information.
The goal of Weimaraner Rescue is to find permanent, responsible owners for weims that become part of rescue through impoundment at dog shelters or from private owners that are unable to keep their dogs for various reasons.  Weims of all ages and personalities are available for adoption.  If you would like to rescue a weimaraner or make a donation visit their website.
"We can do no great things, only small things with great love."  Mother Teresa
Before purchasing your next dog consider adopting from a shelter or breed rescue.  Below are some helpful websites.

Franklin County Dog Shelter

Capital Area Humane Society

Serving Gahanna, New Albany, Blacklick, Westerville, Bexley and surrounding communities.

We are currently working with RESCUEDohio for the medical care of Lancelot.  Dr. Prescott has donated $1000 towards the cost of his surgery.  Please read his story below and consider making a donation at

UPDATE: Enough money was raised for Lancelot's surgery which was completed on 11-16-15.  Everything went well and Lancelot was a great patient.  Lancelot is now ready for his forever home.  Please contact RESCUEDohio for adoption information.
There is no telling what Lancelot has experienced in his young life already.  As a young puppy, he was likely stepped on, crushing his facial & jaw bones. The bones have now healed but he needs to undergo major oral surgery, including repairing a hole in the roof of his mouth that opens to his nasal cavity. In addition to the first injury, he also suffered a blow to the side of his face at some point as his teeth are broken off into nubs, with nerves exposed. He also will need several teeth pulled and contoured so when he bites down to chew he will no longer will bite into his own flesh. He will need a feeding tube for 1-2 weeks post surgery while his mouth heals.