Now through Independence Day on July 4, Rover Oaks Pet Resort is hosting its 8th annual, month-long donation drive to support active and retired United States Military working dogs. During Operation: War Dogs, Rover Oaks will accept donations for non-profit Mission K9 Rescue, the Texas Chapter of the United States War Dogs Association and the worldwide transportation and care arm for USWDA. Last year, we raised over $20,000 for US War Dogs; and since 2011, we’ve raised over $100,000 for this awesome organization. We are excited to make this year’s Operation: War Dogs our most successful yet!
To make a donation to Mission K9 Rescue, complete the form below:
Your donation will help Mission K9 in all of their efforts to rescue and provide a better future to our canine heroes. Mission K9 Rescue’s sole purpose is to support and raise funds for retired and retiring working dogs that have served bravely to keep the lives of their handlers safe. The dogs we strive to serve have operated from the battlefield to the streets working tirelessly yet only asking for a treat or a pat on the head in return. No matter how big or small, every donation counts with Mission K9 Rescue.
Donors can receive a free night of lodging or free day of doggie daycare at Rover Oaks for every $100 donated. If donating online, print out your PayPal donation receipt and bring it in to Rover Oaks to receive the free night. You can also stop by the lobby at Rover Oaks Pet Resort in Houston or Katy to make a donation in person via cash or check. Please make checks out to Mission K9 Rescue. Our goal this year is to raise $20,000 by July 4th. Visit our Facebook page for updates on this goal.
About Mission K9 Rescue
Mission K9 Rescue is a non-profit organization dedicated to the service of retiring and retired Military Working Dogs and Contract Working Dogs. They believe that these hero dogs have a right to a good retirement, a loving home, and lifelong care. They became the Houston chapter of USWDA in 2013 and over the past five years, Mission K9 has rescued over 250 US War dogs and facilitated over 100 dog and handler reunions. They work tirelessly to find these hero dogs a home for them when they retire or are discharged from duty. Many people don’t know that there are literally thousands of these dogs that have risked it all in the protective service of our military personnel. Our military service dogs have worked to detect bombs, drugs, weaponry and much more. They deserve a chance to rest and play as they move on from their service. Mission K9 Rescue provides monetary, transportation, adoption, and professional assistance for these retired hero dogs. This would not be possible without funding given by generous donors like you. For more information, visit their website at missionk9rescue.org, and follow them on Facebook here!