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OAK HILL ANIMAL RESCUE INC Overview
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We built a 1600 sq ft climate controlled shelter in 2006 which doesn't make us dependent on fosters. We also purchased a church choir bus and converted it for taking the dogs to and from adoption. Since 2006 we've done over 200 adoptions a year. In 2010 two of our wheelchair bound dogs were accepted into Baylor University Medical Center's Pet Assisted Therapy Program; the first wheelchair bound dogs visiting patients who are much like themselves. It's a remarkable event everytime we go.
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Jim and Bettye are the most dedicated people who work tirelessly to care for the animals. Through Bettye, we found Dixie, a female beagle who was seven when we adopted her. She was a wonderful dog, so loving and sweet, and when she passed away, we adopted Odie through OHAR. Odie is two years old...
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My daughter and I adopted our cat from Oak Hill Rescue in 2010. Our dog had recently died of old age and we had moved to an apartment. We decided it was time to get another pet. We had only had dogs in the past, but decided a cat would be a good choice since we had no yard.
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