OUR OUTCOMES

                   Total        Adopted       Transfer   Died        Euthanized

2015      900        866 (96.2%)      1         18 (2%)      15 (1.7%)

2014      734        710 (96.7%)      2           6 (0.8%)   16 (2.2%)

2013      720        701 (97.4%)      2                            17 (2.4%)

2012      658        647 (98.3%)      0                            11 (1.7%)


About Us

Wish Bone Canine Rescue


What makes us Different from other Rescues


WBCR routinely takes on special cases such as dogs with severe medical and behavioral issues and provide them with the medical care, training and rehabilitation they need.


Developing partnerships with the community such as Illinois State University, assisting Pre-Veterinary, Biology, and Agriculture students withwork study internships.


Community Programs such as annual pet vaccination clinic serving low income residents.  Opened our pet food pantry this year, providing food and supplies to those in need, thus keeping pets out of shelters and safely in their homes. 


A mission of advocating for a No Kill McLean County.


Leadership by a board of directors implementing the no kill philosophy, mission and vision to better Bloomington/Normal's pets, shelters and community.


Since 2010, WBCR has been a 501(c)(3) non profit.‚Äč