Hello Friends, I wanted to take some time tonight to extend my deepest thanks and gratitude to each and every one of you who supported my family in so many ways over the past four weeks. As you can imagine, losing our home in the wildfire was certainly a shocking and saddening experience. However, the… Read more »
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Lily is the love and the light of my life. If you’ve ever had a special dog like Lily, then you will understand right away what I’m talking about. Lily was born, raised and perhaps had 13 litters of puppies at the Reedgate Kennels before we were able to buy her… Read more »
Thank you to everyone who helped in this effort… Ivey’s service dog is now in training! If you missed the story, please click here to read about Ivey.
The following letter was written by Theresa Strader, National Mill Dog Rescue’s founder. Not only does Theresa devote a majority of her spare time to rescuing puppy mill dogs, she has also spent the last 25 years as a pediatric nurse, specializing in the field of Pediatric Oncology. Ivey and Theresa Hello friends of National… Read more »
We are very proud to announce that Theresa Strader, the founder of National Mill Dog Rescue, was selected by People Magazine as a “Hero Among Us” in their November 19, 2012 issue. The following letter was written by Theresa. Dear friends and supporters of National Mill Dog Rescue, In light of my recently being selected… Read more »
Dear Friends, Last week, we introduced you to one of our new rescues, a very special little Keeshond we named Ziva. The name Ziva means radiance, brilliance, light of God. It was the very perfect name for this enchanting and inspiring little dog. In the big picture of our mission, Ziva’s story is a very… Read more »
This article, written about National Mill Dog Rescue, was originally posted in Yellow Scene Magazine (http://yellowscene.com/2011/09/21/milled-and-misunderstood/). It was published on September 21, 2011 and written by Stephanie Riesco. Milled and Misunderstood Psychologically damaged dogs rehabbed and rehomed Otis did not trust people. He growled instead of excitedly greeting caretakers and charged if anyone walked past his… Read more »