Welcome to The Puppy Rescue Mission

Current Rescues

Diesel & Tiny

Meet Diesel & Tiny~ "I first met Tiny while going for a run one evening. I saw her sneaking onto the FOB through some barbed wire and then she sat right on the dirt road and looked at me while I approached. I was afraid because she looked like a lion to me but I still approached her only to…

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Elain

Meet Elain~ "The dog we have of base is very lovable and when she had her puppies everyone was happier, Ann is the only dog in this area that isn't in rough shape or starving, and I didn't want her puppies to have a hard life, I chose the puppy I did because of the fact that she at least…

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Shifty of Jordan

Meet Shifty of Jordan~ "I arrived in Jordan with very low expectations due to the fact that unit as a whole was in a more “actionable" area of operations and I was being sent to Jordan as part of a advisory mission. The work was fulfilling but a slow and tedious. I ended up at ta location with…

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Mazar Bear of Afghanistan

Meet Mazar Bear~ "Bear was a 2 week old brought to Camp Stevenson’s Base by the local soldiers. When I saw him, I immediately fell in love with this little ball of fur. We fed him cow milk and he made great progress. After a few weeks, I had to leave on R&R and left the puppy to the care…

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Rocky of Afghanistan

Meet Rocky of Afghanistan~ "Rocky was brought to me at Camp Stevenson's Base, by local soldiers that wanted to keep him for fighting purposes. I left on R&R and upon my return, I found out they (local soldiers) had cold blooded cut his ears and his tail, so that he could become a fighting dog.…

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Chloe of Iraq

Meet Chloe of Iraq~ "Chloe is a six-month-old Iraqi pup that we have watched grow up on the compound with us. She was born to the mom of a wild dog pack leader but always found her way back to the compound to come and hang out with us guys. She quickly became everyone’s favorite dog, and so a…

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Malala of Afghanistan

Meet Malala~ "A few of my co-workers told me some puppies were orphaned and taken to pest control to be taken care of. Upon visiting the puppies, the men at pest control said to us that they were unable to take care of the dogs and had to be put down or released into the wild. My friends and I…

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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.