Midwest Dog Rescue Network was founded in 2007 by four dedicated women who wanted to make a difference in our community. We all had experience volunteering with rescues and working at shelters and vet clinics. Midwest Dog Rescue Network is an acronym of our names, Monica, Dee, Rose and Nikki.
We are an all-breed 501(c) non-profit rescue licensed in the state of Nebraska. We are based out of the Omaha metro area. We have no employees so all proceeds go directly to the care of the animals. We do not have a shelter but foster our rescued dogs in local homes. Fosters homes are an important part of our rescue group. Without foster homes, only a fraction of the animals would be saved.
The Network part of our name is important because it really does take a Network of people to run a rescue and help save animals. We work with local shelters and other rescues to help save animals. Many of our dogs come from over-crowded shelters that are limited in space and ask for help. Some dogs in shelters are simply “out of time” or need additional veterinary care that the shelter can not provide.
At Midwest Dog Rescue Network, we are dedicated to helping homeless and abandoned animals in the Midwest find their forever homes. We work hard to make sure the animals in our care get the best medical attention, nutrition and love. We are passionate about helping animals in need and making a difference in the lives of the animals that come into our rescue.
At Midwest Dog Rescue Network, we believe that every dog deserves a second chance at a forever home.