Helping Keep Dogs in Their Homes

Organization of Support for
Canine Achievement & Recovery, Inc.
About Us
The Organization of Support for Canine Achievement and Recovery (O.S.C.A.R.) is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization whose mission is to support the positive modification of canine behavior and ensure they are set up for success in recovering both from physical ailments and adverse environments. The foundation of our work is based on three pillars - understanding of dog behavior, obedience training and positive recovery practices.
Dog Behavior
Understanding dog behavior creates more successful interactions for dogs and pet parents. The relationships that are formed with dogs and between dogs will allow people to better understand how they can assist canines throughout their lives.
Obedience Training
We believe that basic dog obedience training is fundamental to a dog's success, both for safety and to ensure they are as adoptable as possible and able to transition easily into their new homes. It fosters confidence in both dogs and people, especially in changing situations.
Positive Recovery Practices

Dogs with physical ailments, dog in shelters and dogs coming from unsafe homes all need positive recovery experiences. These include the education of situations and ailments, foster programs and a significant amount of patience and dedication to the process.
Meet the Team



President & Founder

Board Member

Natasha is a life-long dog lover who was inspired by her Mom to start a nonprofit organization for dogs. She has worked in a variety of leadership and management roles, not only for her day job but also in the field of rescue and animal advocacy. She has two amazing dogs named Oscar and Ollie who make her smile and laugh every day. When she is not playing with her pups, she enjoys writing, reading and working out.
Ashley is a lover of all animals but has a special place in her heart for dogs. Although her day job is to care for people, she thinks caring for dogs would be better. Ashley has two pups named Whiskey and Slick and they are both equally her favorite. When she is not loving on her pups she enjoys hiking, reading and looking at pictures of her dogs.



Board Member

Board Member

Brittany is an animal lover who has always had dogs her entire life from birth to present. In the last few years she has been active in helping and adopting rescue dogs. She currently has an amazing pup named Roper who brought back her motivation and smile after lifes put some challenges in her way. Brittany enjoys a healthy lifestyle that includes working out, rucking, kayaking and playing with Roper.
Corey grew up in a family centered around dog rescue and responsible breeding. This passion instilled in him at a young age has carried forward to his work with local rescues and outreach. He is the happy dog dad to Jacks, an energy packed golden mix who keeps him very busy when he gets home from the
office. His enjoys traveling, reading, and reminding Jacks “don’t eat that!” on a frequent basis.


Board Member

Ronni is a devoted dog “mom” to two crazy boys: Dante and Bo, who like to join her on camping adventures!  Ronni is actively involved in volunteer activities for a number of animal organizations including Best Friends Animal Society.  She is also a foster mom for a local lab rescue which definitely makes for a full house at times.  Some of Ronni’s key interests are: Adopt don’t Shop initiatives, working to combat Breed Specific Legislation and of course OSCAR.  She is an avid cyclist, skier and outdoor enthusiast!