Posts Tagged: National Mill Dog Rescue

How (and why) we do what we do

We are often asked how we get the dogs we rescue and why breeders would surrender them to us.  Please bear with me, as this is no short story.  Since day one, the National Mill Dog Rescue journey has been a life changing experience for me in so many ways.  It has been gut wrenching,… Read more »

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We’re Top Rated!

National Mill Dog Rescue has been honored with one of the first Top-Rated Awards of 2016 from GreatNonprofits! You can read inspiring reviews about us … and we encourage you to add your own here. Save Save Save Save Save

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In Memory of Gremmy

The following was written by Gremmy’s mom: “On Sunday, March 20, 2016, a kennel run was dedicated in memory of a very special Shih Tzu here at Lily’s Haven, our facility at National Mill Dog Rescue. Gremmy was one of the worst cases of abuse that NMDR has had to date and the kennel run… Read more »

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Gremmy’s Story

Gremmy was one of the worst cases of abuse that National Mill Dog Rescue has seen and the second worst case the animal hospital had ever seen. When Gremmy first arrived at our facility in May 2014, the volunteers were under strict orders not to touch him. Only authorized personnel and members of the rehabilitation… Read more »

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2014 Annual Report – National Mill Dog Rescue

Dear friends, At the end of December, we were closing in on 10,000 dogs rescued since our beginning in 2007. Hard to believe! It has been a backbreaking, often distressing journey, yet the most deeply rewarding experience of a lifetime. None of our successes have come easy; but we are on our feet, going strong,… Read more »

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2013 Annual Report – National Mill Dog Rescue

Dear friends, This, our very first, annual report has been a long time coming. Getting any of us to slow down long enough to put it together has been a challenge. I hope you find it informative and trust it will increase your understanding of our mission, our priorities and our progress. The journey that… Read more »

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