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.
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Dogs who may otherwise be destroyed at an overcrowded shelter are temporarily placed with you, their foster family, until a forever family is found.
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.
END THE KILLING FOR JUST ONE DAY
...from the NO KILL ADVOCACY CENTER
On June 11th, we are asking shelters across the country to end the killing for
Just One Day …
While our initial goal is to save over 13,000 animals in Just One Day, our larger goal is to show shelters that if they can do it on June 11, they can also do it on June 12, then June 13, and onward…
All dogs, whether mixed breed or purebred, are at risk for developing cancer. Approximately 30% of older dogs succumb to cancer. Pet Cancer Awareness Month, provides dog owners with information on treatment options, cutting-edge research, and ways to support canine cancer research.
Our Dog of the Week
Mia is a 2 yr old Boston Terrier / Jack Russell Terrier mix. She weighs 19 pounds. Mia lost her home when her family moved and was unable to take her with them.
She absolutely loves
her people, but does
not enjoy the company
of other dogs.
Molly says she's giving to help save more dogs!
... DOUBLE YOUR DONATION THRU MEMORIAL DAY...
In memory of all the departed companion animals whose families miss them dearly, one of our supporters will match ALL donations made through Memorial Day.
All donations will got toward the rescue and care of dogs in danger of euthanasia.
Our goal is $5000.
Next Adoption Event
Sunday, May 31, 12 - 3 PM
Premium Pet Supply, 1500 E. Empire
WISH BONE CANINE RESCUE
HAS BEEN SELECTED AS ONE OF BRUEGALA'S SIX CHARITIES FOR 2015
Click on the Bruegala logo for details and to purchase tickets
August 28th 6 pm - 11 pm
August 29th 5 pm - 11 pm
Frasier has been waiting for just the right family. This 7 year old Jack Russell Terrier is hoping a retired person would like to add him to their family. To learn more about this senior gentleman, please click on his photo