National Pet Week:  May 1st - 7th

DOG OF THE WEEK

JOHNNY

Johnny is a 1 year old beagle/feist mix.   He fell into our hands... actually, first he fell out of a truck and then made his way into our hands. His cuts and scrapes are healing nicely and he is ready to meet his forever family.  

Beagles were bred as hunting dogs.  They love people, are easy to groom and require plenty of exercise.  They can be good at fence climbing and love to follow their nose where ever it may lead them. Feists are true high energy hunting dogs, as well, usually white with dark spots or markings.  They love nothing better than chasing squirrels up trees! 

Happy Tails:! Recent Adoptions

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Our mission is based on Nathan Winograd's No Kill Philosophy, which states that all healthy and treatable homeless animals have the right to live.  

THANK YOU, Chris and Stephenie, for everything you do for us!  

Creations Dog Training Center

112 Merle Lane, Suites 101-102

Normal, IL 61761

Wish Bone Canine Rescue, in collaboration with The University of Illinois School of Veterinary Medicine,  is pleased to offer a low cost spay/neuter program for low income residents.

 For information, please email:   wbcr.spayneuter@gmail.com

‚ÄčSPAY & NEUTER IS MORE THAN POPULATION CONTROL

Early spaying of female dogs and cats can help protect them from some serious health problems later in life such as uterine infections and breast cancer. Neutering your male pet can also lessen its risk of developing benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate gland) and testicular cancer.

We have many opportunities available for volunteers, whether it involves contact with the dogs, doing office work, volunteering at events or data entry from your home.  

Dogs who may otherwise be destroyed at an overcrowded shelter are temporarily placed with you, their foster family, until a forever family is found.