Hello

from Marni!

Keeping Animals in Homes

In communities across the nation, we see recurring issues that prevent willing pet adopters from adopting pets or keeping their adopted animals in their homes. Here are some of the most common reasons that family-pets end up in the shelter system:


- Economic Issues

- Behavioral Issues

- Housing Concerns



To read more about this

ASPCA article, click here or

on the image.

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. 

Pet Adoption

WishBone Canine Rescue

Foster Program


Our foster program allows WBCR to rescue dogs who might otherwise be euthanized in overcrowded shelters and place them in the safety and comfort of a home environment.


You can become a foster for WBCR.


To find out more about WBCR's Foster Program, please click HERE.



THANK YOU TO OUR BUSINESS SPONSORS

In collaboration with The University of Illinois School of Veterinary Medicine, we are pleased to offer a $25 spay/neuter program for  low income residents.

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

Sunday, May 28

12pm - 3pm

Adoption Event

Happy Tails:! Recent Adoptions

Heartworm Disease


Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets in the United States transmitted by the bite of a single mosquito.  Click on the photo to learn more about this disease and how to protect your pet.

Marni is a seven year old female Pomeranian and weighs 6.3 pounds. Marni started out a tough life as a stray, but fortunately she arrived at Wish Bone and is excited to find her forever family. Because Marni is tiny, fragile, and skittish, she would do best in a home with no kids under 12 years old.

at Petco Animal Supplies

1700 E College Ave #1 Normal


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.