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2020 Bunn St., Bloomington, IL 61704

VISION

A home for every dog.


MISSION


Wish Bone Canine Rescue’s mission is based on Nathan Winograd’s No Kill Philosophy, which states that all healthy and treatable homeless companion animals have the right to live. Only animals that are too sick, irremediably suffering or too injured to be rehabilitated, or animals that are too vicious with a poor prognosis for rehabilitation should be euthanized.​​

Our mandate is to:·    ​ ​
Rescue, provide care for and rehome dogs. We primarily pull dogs from shelters and animal control facilities and do not discriminate by breed, age or health status;
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Educate the public on animal welfare issues and promote life-saving community initiatives;·
   
​Help families suffering from financial hardship keep pets in their homes by providing temporary assistance with pet food, supplies, and vaccinations. We do this as supplies and resources allow.​​

​We strive to save as many dogs as we can care for safely.