TPRM News & Updates
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Crates & More Crates!
TPRM is in need of crates at our transit facility. Will you help us buy a few more to get these furbabies home?
Learn more about Neda's Fund and how you can help.
Be sure to check out the pictoral history created by TPRM family member Linda Norwood! It's a great way to keep up with all the pups and know where they are in the journey. Thank you, Linda!
Rescues: December 2010 - Present
Board of Directors of TPRM
Mary Lee Ball
"After a bath, flea repellent, and a collar made of
550 cord, he was part of the team! It wasn't too
long before he became MY dog."
In Memory of Patrick Feeks, Sadie's SEAL
We at The Puppy Rescue Mission mourn the loss of one of our American heroes. Patrick Feeks, a fallen Navy SEAL, went beyond the call of duty earlier this year to save Sadie (momma to three other rescued puppies). Sweet Sadie has made it safely home to the US. But, Patrick was killed in action when his helicopter was shot down August 16, 2012. He was a son, a husband, a grandson...a true American hero who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. We hope and
pray that his family finds comfort knowing what an amazing man he was. "You can judge a man's true character by the way he treats animals."
Read more about Patrick.
Cards can be sent to his family through the PRM PO Box. They will be delivered to the family.
Please pray for his family...today they mourn the loss of their American
Send cards to: For the Family of a Fallen Hero
P.O. Box 1516
Celina, TX 75009
c/o The Puppy Rescue Mission
If you wish to make a donation in his memory you can also do so and the
family will be notified. Please put "In memory of Sadie's hero" in the notes of the donation.
Paw Salute to Kalitta Air!
The Puppy Rescue Mission is excited to be a part of GoodSearch and GoodShop - easy and quick ways to help the mission earn money by simply using the Internet!
We at TPRM would like to send a huge Paw Salute to Kalitta Air for supporting our service members and their battle buddies - especially our Ocean's Eleven and a Cat!
SSG Nick & Bodhi - Together Again
When Staff Sergeant Nick first met Bodhi, he was extremely scared, filthy, and missing his ears which had been cut off. His owner was keeping Bodhi as a fighting dog. SSG Nick rescued Bodhi by trading a pack of cigarettes and flashlight for him. Without SSG Nick, Bodhi would not have survived. Bodhi arrived in the United States and was reunited with SSG Nick in May.
SSG Nick writes:
My family and I are really excited to have him become our newest member and can't wait to get him home to his new life. He just doesn't know how good he is going to have it. Thank you so much again for choosing to help Bodhi."
This story is so exciting that several media outlets have carried the story of SSG Nick and Bodhi reuniting in Florida recently. See some of those stories here:
Thanks to you - all the Puppy Rescue Mission friends and family, this one is Mission Accomplished!
GoodSearch and GoodShop
Every time you search the web with GoodSearch, a penny will be donated to TPRM.
Shop online at GoodShop.com and a percentage of each purchase will be donated to TPRM!
Paw Salute from the Puppies
The Puppy Rescue Mission is so appreciative of all the family and friends who assisted in the Pepsi Refresh Challenge and all the fundraisers. Without YOU these missions could not be accomplished. Thank you from the soldiers and puppies! We are so in awe of the inspiration from you all and the love. Go Team PRM Go!
American Legion Post 24 Women's Auxiliary in Dagsboro, DE
Linda Norwood Auction with Wells Fargo
Linda Merkel D'Vine Wine Event
Surf Dog Ricochet Contests
Annemeike Philippi with Deko Design
American Legion #488, Monroe, NY
Watkins Mill Elementary
George Ellery Hale Middle School
Protect America Care
Zydecon Restaurant & Terry Mills
Life & Dog Magazine
Sunchasers by Kathleen Hartford
No Dog Gets Left Behind, Save the Pups, INC of Pennsylvania
The primary mission of The Puppy Rescue Mission, Inc. (TPRM), as stated in our by-laws, is to fund-raise and assist in pet rescue, foster and re-homing when needed, in particular pets of soldiers, especially those deployed in war zones. We assist with requests, logistics, administration and fund-raising for the adopted stray dogs of war rescued by and bonded with soldiers. This may include vet care, supplies, transport and related issues. We work with or through other organizations that help our soldiers bring their companion animals home from war.
“A dog does not discriminate. They do not care who you are, what you look like or what you do. The only thing in life they ask for is a little food to keep in their belly, some cool refreshing water to drink, and a pat on the head every now and then. I think we could learn a lesson or two from them. Someone with the most basic of needs that can give back the amount of love that they do - it's pretty damn impressive if you ask me."
~Spc. George M. Zaleuke