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Samotny of Ukraine

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"I have served with White Paws Rescue for 7+ years resocializing rescues. I have served in the Army now

for 13+ years. I was deployed to Ukraine to advise and assist the Ukranian Armed Forces. After 2 months in the Wisconsin like cold country little Samotny which means Loner and Snowball showed up. They are the sweetest little pups. After long cold days nothing warmed our hearts more than seeing these 2. I reached out to my rescue and they reached out to Puppy Rescue Mission. I could not believe an

organization even existed. It brought me to tears that we might be able to save these wonderful pups."

Snowball of Ukraine

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"I have served with White Paws Rescue for 7+ years resocializing rescues. I have served in the Army now

for 13+ years. I was deployed to Ukraine to advise and assist the Ukranian Armed Forces. After 2 months in the Wisconsin like cold country little Samotny which means Loner and Snowball showed up. They are the sweetest little pups. After long cold days nothing warmed our hearts more than seeing these 2. I reached out to my rescue and they reached out to Puppy Rescue Mission. I could not believe an

organization even existed. It brought me to tears that we might be able to save these wonderful pups."

Boots of Romania

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"We found this black dog(boots) wandering around our house. He would hang around our building at

night. Sitting outside our front doorstep. One night, we tried to feed him and bring him in the house from

the cold. He was very timid. Once we ^nally brought him in the house we gave him a bath. Which he was

very reluctant about. After drying him off we let him go back outside. Then the next morning we saw him.

But he brought a little buddy! A small white dog(milky). It turns out these two were a pair. From then on we left some blankets out by our doorstep and they sleep there every night together. They’re still very timid. But I can’t help but want to give these pups a warm home where they can be loved and be out of the elements. It’s so hard to see these dogs struggling to survive every single day."

Milky of Romania

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"We found this black dog(boots) wandering around our house. He would hang around our building at

night. Sitting outside our front doorstep. One night, we tried to feed him and bring him in the house from

the cold. He was very timid. Once we ^nally brought him in the house we gave him a bath. Which he was

very reluctant about. After drying him off we let him go back outside. Then the next morning we saw him.

But he brought a little buddy! A small white dog(milky). It turns out these two were a pair. From then on we left some blankets out by our doorstep and they sleep there every night together. They’re still very timid. But I can’t help but want to give these pups a warm home where they can be loved and be out of the elements. It’s so hard to see these dogs struggling to survive every single day."

Karima of Afghanistan

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"During my deployment I have seen many dogs around base. Most of them very scared of humans but the puppies. This is where I met Karima and her brother, they were still scared of us but not much. When we first started seeing her around all the other dogs would pick on her, so I decided to take her in and make sure that she had food and was safe. When I gave her a bath, I saw that she has so many scabs across her whole body. She looked very malnourished but was still a happy puppy. She was very scared once I got her with me, not knowing who I really was and being away from her family. Not to long after I took her in, word spread that some people didn’t like so many dogs around, so they got rid of them. No dogs were found at their usual spot the next night only leaving Karima and her brother. At this point, professional help arrived and immediately knew that she was in critical condition. She was taken and upon further inspection we found that she had Pneumonia. Knowing that her isn’t save her and me falling in love with I can’t in my right mind leave her out here. I would love to get her home to be part of my family. She deserves happy home after everything she has been through in her short life."

Daisy of Afghanistan

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"Zeena and Nikita are sisters. I first found them hanging around a trash pit with their other siblings. I started feeding them regularly. They were the only two that would let me pet them and wouldn’t miss my visits. I soon realized they weren’t so interested in the food as they would not even eat much, but they just loved my visits. So I eventually decided to see if puppyrescuemission could help find these to people loving girls homes. And of course PRM came through as always. Zeena had a more dominate personality when it came to food, but she learned quickly not to be a bully, and stopped trying to take everyone’s food. These two will make great family members."

DJ of Iraq

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"We found DJ on a dirt road near our base with no mom around. We began feeding him and after several days realized that he was an orphan. We were worried about coyotes getting to him so we moved him to a safer location. We still feed and care for him everyday and have become so attached we decided we should bring him home with us! DJ is extremely playful and loving with everyone he meets."

Dopey of Afghanistan

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Kevin and Dopey were born in Kabul, Afghanistan on April 2019 as part of a litter of eight pups. They

were born and raised in this area, and as the weather changes the chances of survival diminish as well.

The pups have been cared for by US and other country troops station here for the past nine months. They are essentially domesticated animals and if not adopted will have to be released into the wild to try and survive alongside feral dogs that live in the area. Chances of survival are minimal, especially given the

high rate of rabies of the feral dog population. These pups are already vaccinated, microchipped, fixed, and have a clean bill of health provided my those of us dog lovers at this camp. The reason I want to adopt is simple. I can provide a better life for Kevin and Dopey as I have grown greatly attached to all of them during my tour and I wouldn't want to leave them here to an unknown fate.

Kevin of Afghanistan

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Kevin and Dopey were born in Kabul, Afghanistan on April 2019 as part of a litter of eight pups. They

were born and raised in this area, and as the weather changes the chances of survival diminish as well.

The pups have been cared for by US and other country troops station here for the past nine months. They are essentially domesticated animals and if not adopted will have to be released into the wild to try and survive alongside feral dogs that live in the area. Chances of survival are minimal, especially given the

high rate of rabies of the feral dog population. These pups are already vaccinated, microchipped, fixed, and have a clean bill of health provided my those of us dog lovers at this camp. The reason I want to adopt is simple. I can provide a better life for Kevin and Dopey as I have grown greatly attached to all of them during my tour and I wouldn't want to leave them here to an unknown fate.

Snoopy of Afghanistan

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"So when I first arrived in Afghanistan Snoopy and her siblings were only a couple of months old, just little balls of fur. They lived outside of our ECP along side a hesco barrier with their mother. We would always go out there and make sure that they all had food and water. Eventually all the pups and their mother came into the camp at that point we started building houses for them and caring for them. The reason I chose and got attached to Snoopy is because she was the runt of the litter and was always kinda shunned away from the her bigger siblings. One day she was laying underneath one of our security ramps at the ECP getting some shade and a convoy was leaving base. We didn’t know she was under the ramp so when we dropped it the ramp crushed her leg pinning her underneath it and then the convoy drove over the ramp crushing her leg more. Her leg was split wide open. We cleaned it and wrapped it up with out medical equipment and just hoped for the best. I didn’t think she would survive because of how small she was and Infection due to her living outside. But she did! Her leg healed up pretty nice. She limps on it from time to time but other than that she is as happy as can be. So I would like to get her back to the states so she can live a happy and comfortable life ."

Tanya of Afghanistan

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"I was driving out to one of our gates one day and was about to make a left turn at an intersection, before making the turn, I noticed straight across a very happy little pup following a local. I sat there for a minute watching thinking that was his pup because she looked so happy. After watching him kick at her to get her away I realized she wasn’t his. I sat there thinking I cannot get anymore dogs for PRM to find a home for, I told myself, I have to stop! While sitting there thinking this, another man walking in the opposite direction passed by that guy and the pup. The pup turned around and started following that guy trying to get him to pick her up or something. That guy ALSO kicked at her to get her away. By this time I was talking to myself out loud and thinking god just put this pup right in front of me because I had never seen her before and theyre never that friendly to people here. So… I couldn’t just look away and forget her. When I got out and walked up to her, she attacked me with love. I would like to say she just loved me that much but it was clear she loves everyone she sees lol. Shes the happiest people loving dog I have ever seen. And again PRM came through willing to help find this beautiful little girl “Tanya” a home."

Puppy Power

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!
 

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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: anna@thepuppyrescuemission.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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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.