Welcome to The Puppy Rescue Mission

Current Rescues

Dusty

Dusty

Meet Dusty of Afghanistan: "I first met Dusty on a short temporary deployment to Afghanistan. She was sweet, affectionate and eager for interaction. I thought she was the cutest little dog and hoped someone would scoop her up and rescue her. When I returned for my year deployment I found her…

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Briana

Briana

Meet Briana of Afghanistan: "Briana has brought so much love and happiness to me and our so many other guys during my work in Afghanistan! She is always warning us if something isn’t right. Born there, she was one puppy in a litter of four. Her brothers and sister already have families waiting…

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Oba

Oba of Africa

Meet Oba of Africa: "Oba was raised by the military and contractors. She runs around in a pack or females and is the nicest of them to humans and doesn’t have much fear of us. That endearing trait to us makes her a large target to be eaten by locals who don’t have enough food for themselves.…

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Aida

Aida the cat

Meet Aida the Cat: "Five months ago when we arrived, I met the sweetest cat around. Other cats were always scaring her. All of the USO cats get fed every morning but this little girl lives next to the drivers shed so she only got fed chicken bones and rice and whatever else the drivers threw out…

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Peanutcat

Peanut the cat

Meet Peanut of UAE: "Peanut was born at UAE, US Navy Jabel Ali. He stays at the boat house area by himself. A few of us come to work every morning and evening to feed him. He used to be very skinny. When he got injured we all took care of him. Now he is a healthy and big cat. I would like to…

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Amour

Amour of Lebanon

Meet Amour of Lebanon: She is the momma to Baal and Byblos. She is 18 months old and was rescued off the streets by a US Soldier serving there. He contacted a woman that we team with named Helena. Here is her story. http://www.cnn.com/2012/04/10/world/meast/animal-shelter-lebanon/ "For a…

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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.