Robyn's Nest is a non-profit animal rescue and adoption organization located at 130 N. 1st St in Miamisburg, Ohio. It is operated by Robyn McGeorge, a registered veterinary technician. She graduated with an associate of applied science in veterinary technology in 1994 from Raymond Walters College, University of Cincinnati. She has worked at the same small animal practice since graduation and created Robyn's Nest June 17, 2005. All animals at Robyn's Nest are kept until adoption. We only euthanize an animal in the event of a serious health or behavioral problem that is unmanageable.
Robyn's Nest is an organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of animals through rescue, adoption, and education.
It's time to get your dogs license for 2014. You can purchase a license at Robyn's Nest now!
Mon. & Wed. 9-5pm Tues. & Thurs. 2-8pm Sat. 10-4pm
Keep your pet safe with a new license and consider getting a micro-chip for your pet while you are here. Micro-chips are only $15.00 and save many dogs and cats from being euthanized at a shelter because they did not find there way back home.
This black lab showed up outside Robyn's Nest on Oct. 9th. Champ has gone back to his home! Yeah!
Sadie was rescued from an animal shelter. She was so matted that she had to be shaved.She is a sweet girl, looking for lots of love, and she is going to be an even more beautiful girl when her hair grows back. Please call 247-9272 and help Sadie find love. Sadie is a BORDER COLLIE
Did you know that by paying just $25 extra, you can get a cute Pet Friendly License Plate for your car. The BEST PART is that $15 of that money goes to animal shelters, spay and neuter programs and educational programs for animals right here in Ohio. Shelters, humane sociities, rescues, senior citizens, low income families, and veterans all benefit from this program. Grants are also given out to Ohio groups for their spay/neuter programs. Robyn's Nest is in the process of applying for a BMV spay/neuter grant. Please consider paying a little extra for your license plates, knowing that your money will be helping animals right here in Ohio. Thanks, Robyn
FOSTER HOMES NEEDED
HELP SAVE A DOG'S LIFE!
Robyn's Nest at 937-247-9272 or email us at email@example.com
You can click on the foster application link on the left side of this page and fill our a foster application
They need YOU!
Robyn's Nest Animal Rescue
dogs, cats, small animals
247-9272 ~130 N. 1st St. Miamisburg
Day, Evening & Sat. appts.
PET SUPPLIES & GIFTS
FOOD & TREATS
CAT BOARDING at rescue
PET SITTING avail. in your home
Mon. 9-5 ~Tues. 2-8 ~Wed. 9-5 ~Thurs. 2-8 ~
Robyn's Nest is NON-PROFIT
Proceeds go to rescue homeless animals
Please stop in and see us!
Robyn's Nest needs volunteers to work at the shop, answering phones, cleaning, feeding and playing with the cats and small animals. We especially need people over 18 who could work a 3 hour shift from 2-5 on Tues. or Thurs., or from 5-8 Tues. or Thurs. eve. We also need people to help show our animals at adoption events and work at our fundraising events. We are looking for good foster homes for our dogs until they are adopted. If you can help by working, or by fostering , please call 247-9272 or stop in Robyn's Nest. The animals need you! Thanks & hope to hear from you.
Microchip your pet
Only $15 at Robyn's Nest
Implanted by a registered veterinary technician
Why you say?
Your dog never leaves your side?
Your cat stays in the house?
Did you know most lost cats are indoor only?
Your pet could still get lost in the event of a
or if workers leave a door or gate open.
A chip can also be proof of ownership if your pet is stolen.
There is no doubt about it
Microchips save lives!
Hi everyone, It is me Popeye. I know I look good right now, but that is because the stinky dachshund just cleaned my eye off. He really likes to lick the junk off. Gross huh? Well anyways on I am having an enucleation of my left eye. Yes that means removal. I have something called keratoconjunctivitis sicca which is dry eye. But it was left untreated. I am in pain and have a chronic infection. So soon I will be "One Eyed Popeye". This kind of surgery can be real expensive this is what my foster mom told me. So we promised Robyn who runs the rescue we would ask for donations. I have been pretty costly, for the rescue and I know I have some good friends who can help out.
Thanks for all the help and love you have sent my way. My foster mom is a wreck about this surgery, but I will be ok, and it will be so nice to be pain free.
If you can help out the rescue that has been helping me, please consider making a donation here on their website.
Thank you, Popeye.