Sophie of Afghanistan

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""This country treats animals so poorly it nearly breaks my heart to see them throwing rocks and beating on them. I met this little puppy today and fell in love with her.  Despite how the Nato treats her she is in high spirits and is looking to play. She likes her belly rubbed and is way too small to survive through the winter on her own. Her little baby puppy teeth have just started to grow and she lives under a metal half ass guard shack. The guards she is surrounded by want to cut her tail and ears an I am afraid the weather conditions and her being so small will get the best of her and she will not survive.  I named her Sophie.  She will to stick around the very people who abuse her everyday and still not show aggression.  She is remarkably brave that she has not given up on humans yet to provide and care for her. "

Sophie is now at safety and getting wonderful care.  She is growing like a weed.  

TD of Afghanistan

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"Shortly after deploying to Afghanistan I met TD. He was living in the trash area of our FOB and surviving by eating trash. He was the most calm and peaceful animal I have ever met, and I knew I had to take him somewhere safe. After bringing him into our area of the camp and feeding him real food, his personality began to show through and he became a camp

favorite. After hearing there was a way to bring dogs home from Afghanistan, I knew I needed to bring TD home with me. He has been my companion overseas, and has become such a part of my life it wouldn’t make sense to leave him behind when my time in

Afghanistan is up."

Faisal of Saudi Arabia

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"I was taking out the trash after a training exercise. As I approached the dumpster, I realized there was a litter of puppies underneath the dumpster, it wasn't until I reached it that I realized that most of the puppies underneath the dumpster were dead, baked to death in the Arabian heat. I began to scoop up the dead puppies until one of the dogs that I though was dead made an "oink" sound. I put him in my truck and I have been taking care of him ever since. My buddy and I each took it upon ourselves to feed and take care of Faisal and Ozzy since we picked them up. We have been watching them grow and nurturing them. We would like to bring them both home to give them better lives. We quickly realized that it wasn't just the two of us who were attached to the dogs, but that they were also attached to us, following us around."

Ozzy of Saudi Arabia

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"My rescue’s name is Ozzy. I found him and his brother when they were just bean sized new

borns discarded in a dumpster amongst several already deceased new borns. They were very weak so myself and my teammate took them in and got them healthy. 12 weeks later they have become a part of our lives and us apart of theirs and we cannot wait time get them home and give them the life these happy pups deserve."

Scrappy of Romania

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"Hi, my name is Scrappy. My human friends of the base think I am about 1-2 years old. I snuck onto the base in the spring of 2019. I had a horrible infection to my back side. Some human angel on the base helped me heal and I was back to my normal self. I was a bit sad later in the spring because I had some puppies. Unfortunately, none of them survived, but

my people lifted my spirits. They continued to love on me and help me realize life could go on. One day, I met this woman, we bonded. She got me, she knew I was looking for the right owner and I think she spoke my dog language. She talks to me everyday and even brushes me. I wait outside her oBce each morning laying on the concrete and when she comes outside to go to work, I am in a sprint across the beld to say hello. She gives me so much love, she’s my person. Twice I have followed her over three miles to walk, I was secretly hoping for a dog treat, but just walking was fun too. Every night she tells me see you tomorrow as she heads to her own big doghouse to sleep. My person is so worried about me for the upcoming winter. It gets very cold here and there is very little shelter from the elements. I hear most dogs don’t make it through the winter. Some folks would say removing me and my friends is pest control, I couldn’t disagree more. We are just like the dogs in America, we deserve a warm loving home and I hope to make it there one day. My person has even found a way to get me vaccinated, I trusted her so much, I barely cried. The vet said I am good looking dog, but I already knew that. Besides, how many dogs grow a

Mohawk naturally? I am loyal and loving and if you could see all the people I say hello to on the base you’d realize I am kind of a Rockstar. "

Susan the kitty of Jordan

Coming Soon!

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.


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