Since our inception in 2010, we have rescued thousands of our service members' dogs and cats from over 50 countries worldwide, including Afghanistan, Turkey, Bosnia, Kosovo, Germany, Mexico, Romania, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Iraq, Kenya, Uganda, Jordan, Lebanon, Kuwait and so many more! In addition, we have rescues
"living the life a dog deserves" in every state in America.
"Tater tot was found on MK Airbase Romania. When I found him, he was curled up in a ball out side a guard tower. He was sleeping in the open without shelter cold and wet. He was malnourished and was always alone. He lived near a high traffic area with a lot of construction, that was not the safest for him. He will be going to a loving home that will always be warm and safe. He will have two new friends to always play with and a family that will always love him and give him a happy and comfortable life."
Tater Tot is being funded by No Dogs Get Left Behind
He was found by soldiers but they cannot give him a home. PRM did not want to leave him behind. He has 1 eye that we suspect is infected and we need to get him vet care asap. If you are interested in adopting him please email email@example.com
From the Soldiers: "When we would walk to our office this dog would always be nearby and when he heard people he would run up to them and just give them lots of love. He always gets petting from the soldiers and he is the sweetest thing."
"Momma was already here on the island when we got here. She was skin and bones when we found her and covered in fleas, mites and had other skin issues. We fed her daily, treated her with what skin medication we could acquire on island and over the course of several months she finally looks healthy again. As she gained weight, her personality came through and she is an incredibly loyal, loving and playful dog. I’m worried that once we leave, she will fall into the cycle of neglect that is common on the island and eventually starve to death. Ruger and Valkyrie are the only surviving puppies and burying the others was heartbreaking. All of us feel like we could provide them the the best homes, with love and care they all deserve." Its been a really complicated process to get them to safety and travel planned but we are almost there. They are fully vetted and been with RSPCA in PNG since January. The soldiers are so excited to have them reach the USA. Please help us get their funds in place. We are just now fundraising as we wanted to get their trip planned first before fundraising as this is our first rescue out of that country. In January traveling to Port Moresby from the camp.
"I was instantly drawn to this little man here as soon as I arrived in Romania. He has such a sweet, backwards personality. I noticed he did not get much attention from many of the people here so I decided to slowly earn his trust. It took a while, and will still take some time to get fully comfortable, but it will be great in the end. He seems to be accepted among the female dogs more than the male dogs, so I thought he may be a great fit for our lab back home! My wife fell in love with his face the first picture she saw of him. We decided to try and rescue him to give him a warm, dry, and welcoming home. Here is to hoping for a smooth transition and a happy ending for Rome."
"Gus is a sweet dog...I met him near our building on base. He always approached us wagging his tail and looking for attention. He’d always follow us around wherever we went and would just lay down and chill with you. When he’s on the leash he’s as happy as can be. I want to give him a better life and bring him home to America. We are excited introduce our newest member of the family!"
"Dusa wandered onto Mk Airbase, Romania alone with no siblings or mother dog. I've been allowing her to sleep & eat in my work office to keep her warm, fed, and away from the bigger dogs who like to fight, hurting each other. My hope is to get her home to America to be properly watched, taken care of, and loved."
"When I arrived to my base in Romania I noticed all the dogs running around the streets, and my first thought was wow I wish I could save every single one of them. I found harmony in a box in an abandoned building and since then she hasn't left my side. I can’t wait to give harmony the life she deserves...I'm so glad I don't have to leave her behind."
"MK was found in a box next to an abandoned building on base. I knew as soon as I saw her and her siblings I had to give her a luxurious life with my two other dogs. I know she will be so spoiled once she gets home to my little family! I love her so much already and she wouldn't survive here very long. Will you help me get her home to America?"
"We found Pablo in a box abandoned on MK Airbase. He had 2 sister who have also been claimed. I want to bring him home to give him a better life. When we found him he was covered in his own feces and his health is not great. Despite the circumstances, he is a rambunctious puppy with lots of energy. He is playful and sweet. I work with dogs everyday so I am prepared to do what it takes to make sure he is happy and healthy."
Pablo is being funded by No Dogs Get Left Behind.
"Although there are many dogs and cats roaming around, I could not just turn away from this little guy. His life has only begun and he deserves the absolute best. I felt absolutely heart broken seeing him living
under a shed. Taking him away from his dad broke my heart but I know it’s for the best! I have two dogs at home who I will take him in as their little brother the moment they see him."
"Denali and Kenai are brother and sister who caught my eye while picking up some supplies. Ive kept a eye on them for a few weeks now and I can’t stop thinking about them. They run to greet me any time I come and visit. I’ve ran into a few kittens since arriving here and I wish I could have done more at the time. Knowing what I know now about the Puppy Rescue Mission, I can’t turn away from these two. I want to provide them the best life possible."
"Meet Vincint. He answers to Vinny, Vincello, Sweetums, and beautiful. He is a smart, happy, healthy puppy - he is also very lucky to be here. When Vince was only a few weeks old, he was living in harsh conditions surrounded by even harsher people. While visiting this austere location, some Good Samaritans saw the body of a small puppy that had just been killed. They couldn't stand by and let the second puppy, whose ears had already been docked by these same people, suffer the same fate. So Vinny was borne away from there to people who have come to give him as much love as he felt indifferent from his first owners. Now he needs some help getting back home. "
"Mittens was found as a stray kitten on base. We couldn't find his mother and he was too young to leave him alone. So we brought him back to our office and he's been living in there for about 3 months now keeping the mice away and keeping everyone's spirits up. He lives behind my desk and between me and then video chatting with my kids, he needs to come home and relax in my house."
"Sandy was walking around the compound looking for food when I came across her she looked like she
hadn't been eating well. Everyone started feeding her snacks and her wagging tail had me in love."
These puppies were found by soldiers on base when the puppies were 3 weeks old. The momma disappeared and they don't know what happened to her. Our friends in Romania picked the puppies up and have been bottle feeding them and caring for them. They are taking such good care of them. All 5 have soldiers and the families are so excited for them to get to the USA.
2021~ALL THESE PUPPIES ARE SAFE IN THE USA WITH THEIR SOLDIERS.
These puppies were all rescued in 2019 by some of our finest serving on foreign soil. All the puppies are now stateside and living the life a dog deserves.
The primary mission of Puppy Rescue Mission is to assist military men and women to bring home their companion animals they have bonded with while deployed on foreign soil.
Thank You Men and Women for your service to our country. It is because of your dedication that we live in The Land of the Free, Because of the Brave. Paw Salute!
All donations are Tax Deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Please use your PayPal receipt as proof of donation. if you desire to have a year end receipt please send request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Checks can be mailed to:
The Puppy Rescue Mission
PO Box 1516
Celina, Texas 75009
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For all deployed military men and women that wish to rescue their battle buddy, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use the subject heading "Rescue Request"
All requests for rescues should go via this email address from your personal email if possible.
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The Puppy Rescue Mission, Inc
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In the event that there are funds remaining from the donations for this animal and any of the animals, The Puppy Rescue Mission Board of Directors will use the excess funds where necessary.