Welcome to The Puppy Rescue Mission

Current Rescues



Meet Panda of Afghanistan: "Panda wandered on to our Camp in February and became an immediate member of the family. He was adopted by the two older dogs and they all quickly became in separable. He was tiny and chubby and took on many names, but since he was black and white, Panda stuck. He…

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Hansel of Kosovo

Meet Hansel of Kosovo: "I am a supervisor for the guards here on Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo. I noticed Hansel and his brothers a few months back outside the wire. They were living on a farm, but after 2 of his brothers died I decided I had to save him. Kosovo has multiple programs to shoot stray…

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Surgery for Miles

Miles arrived Tuesday from Afghanistan. His compound fracture is being repaired today with a plate and bone graft. The good news is it will not be amputated. He is a sweet patient and all that have met him are amazed how gentle he is for a dog that is probably in pain. He will also get the…

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Champ of Jordan

Meet Champ of Jordan: "Champ was purchased by a family as a puppy. As he grew up it was realized that he was blind. Because of his disability the family put him on the street to fend for himself. Some local angels found out about him on the street and took him in. They are not able to find a…

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Stella of Africa

Meet Stella of Africa: "So over the past 24 years of military service I have been to Germany, Korea, Honduras, Iraq, Afghanistan and a few other places where we have had pets/mascots at our sites. Unfortunately the last 10 years we moved around a lot. The last two places we had to leave the…

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2017 Neda’s Fund

"We have always held to the hope, the belief, the conviction that there is a better life, a better world, beyond the horizon." Franklin D.Roosevelt Our Primary mission is to help bring home the companions to our soldiers serving in a war zone. These companions already have homes waiting for…

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Other Ways to Donate

There are many other ways to help Puppy Rescue Mission.  You can also help by donating to our General Fund, which helps us to provide medication and shelter to the animals while they await their trips to the United States.

If you would like, you may also have your donation specifically be used to purchase crates or puppy food.  Also, don’t forget to check out the fundraisers we are involved with and our Puppy Rescue Mission store offering t-shirts, gift items and more.