NMDR’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome discarded breeding dogs and to educate the general public about the cruel realities of the commercial dog breeding industry. Over the past 14 years, we have rescued over 16,000 dogs, and the support of our donors allows us to continue this mission. We are 100% funded by donations and small grants.
Commercial breeding dogs (puppy mill dogs) are amongst the most vulnerable population of dogs in this country. We do what we do because we believe these dogs deserve our efforts. We do what we do because your support allows us to put our passion into action. We do what we do because we make a difference. We get out on the road once or twice a month and rescue, on average, 1,100 dogs a year.
Sprinter Van for rescues, Riding Lawn Mower, Picnic tables or outside chairs and park benches, Volunteers to groom walking trails.
NMDR rescues an average of over 1,000 dogs from across the country each year, and is fully-funded by donations.
“This place is a really special place. The staff and volunteers genuinely care about every soul coming through. The cleanliness is impeccable. I wish everyone knew about them so they could adopt more dogs out so they can help to save even more.” — Google reviewer