About Us

Since 2013, Mission K9 Rescue has rescued over 600 working dogs from every corner of the globe. Over 300 were reunited with former handlers. Over a thousand received needed veterinary care. The collective "we" makes this all possible. You are saving K9 lives!



To Rescue, Reunite, Re-Home, Rehabilitate and Repair any retired Working Dog that has served mankind in some capacity.


Any and all CWDs and MWDs as well as any other working dog that may need our help. Mission K9 Rescue is committed to saving them and giving them the retirement they deserve, whether it be bringing them back from overseas or rescuing them out of a poor environment stateside.


Any retired Working Dog that has a handler that wants him and said handler has proven that they are the right home (handlers always get first preference), Mission K9 Rescue will see to it that the dog is transported to them.


Any retired Working Dog that does not have a designated handler, Mission K9 Rescue will work to find the perfect loving home for the dog.


Often retired Working Dogs have been in situations that can cause them severe anxiety and stress.  Many retire with issues such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. These dogs need time with us to decompress and reintegrate into society. Mission K9 Rescue works with these dogs in order to help them become suitable for adoption.


Working Dogs train like professional athletes their entire career. Often times when they retire, they have extensive medical issues that can become quite costly. Since they don’t receive retirement benefits, Mission K9 Rescue provides much needed funding to assist handlers/ and or adopters with medical bills.


Mission K9 Rescue is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization (EIN 46-4302698), that was formed at the end of 2013 to aid in “Serving our Nation’s Working Dogs”. This includes retiring and retired Military Working Dogs (MWDs), Contract Working Dogs (CWDs), Police K9s, Prison K9s and any other dogs who serve as they may fit into our mission and scope.


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