About Ohio Shorthair Rescue

Ohio Shorthair Rescue is a 501(c)3 non-profit Ohio GSP rescue committed to finding permanent, loving homes for German Shorthaired Pointers that come to us from pounds, shelters, humane societies and owner surrenders. We are a network of volunteers, foster homes, transporters, and GSP enthusiasts located throughout Ohio and parts of Indiana and Kentucky.
Easton

Easton

Easton needs sprung from prison! He is an English Pointer who came to us from a rural KY shelter after being dumped there, along with 4 other dogs, by his breeder/owner. Needless to say, he knew nothing about manners or living with people, but after spending some time in our...
Milo

Milo

MILO – Milo is new to rescue, so check back for updates. So far, we know that he is wonderful with other dogs and a super sweet boy. Loves affection and loves to snuggle. Going to make a wonderful dog for some very lucky family! NOTE: Due to the large...
Olive

Olive

OLIVE – Olive is new to rescue, so we are still getting to know her and will update her profile soon. So far, she seems like a very sweet, smart young girl. She is currently working on some basic obedience skills and will be available for adoption soon. NOTE: Due...
Auggie

Auggie

AUGGIE – Hi! My name is Auggie. My foster mom calls me Auggie the froggie doggie because I jump over almost anything that is in my way. I am an independent guy and am capable of entertaining myself; I’m not the kind of dog who will follow you around the...
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About GSPs

About GSPs

Thinking about adopting a GSP? If you are considering adopting your first German Shorthaired Pointer, be forewarned – this is not the breed for just any family! GSPs are highly energetic, athletic and intelligent dogs. They can also be wonderful companions, cuddlers and bed hogs, but only if their exercise needs (both physical and mental)...
About Us

About Us

Ohio Shorthair Rescue is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to placing rescued German Shorthaired Pointers in Ohio and parts of Indiana and Kentucky into new homes.  We are funded by donations, fundraisers, and adoption fees, every cent of which is used to pay for the care of the GSPs in rescue. Evaluations No matter where...