Porter’s Success Story

Life in transition. We’ve all been there. The first steps following a crossroads are full of excitement and hesitation as we head down the new path that lie ahead.     After four years in Denver, Michael headed West to Breckenridge. The crisp mountain air,...

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Bailey’s Success Story

  One hot summer day in Texas, a kind Samaritan watched Bailey and her 5 puppies get dumped in a park to survive on their own. A friend helped crawl through the underbrush to get this family to safety and MPR was contacted for help. While her puppies seemed very...

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Chance’s Success Story

Sadly, a large number of dogs are dumped. Left to fend for themselves, many of them stay rooted to the spot where they were left.  Despite the elements and local dangers, they wait patiently, trusting their people to return for them. Chance was one of those dogs. He...

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Jinks’ Success Story

Since January 2012, Mountain Pet Rescue has saved 2000 dogs. What does that look like? It looks like Jinks. Found in a ditch by an Oklahoma truck driver who initially thought he was dead, Jinks was in bad shape. He was starving, dehydrated, and nearly frozen. Barely...

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Arrow’s Success Story

In August 2013, MPR received a call from one our TX volunteers. She knew of puppies in a rural, outdoor shelter who were out of time. Their mom and five fluffy siblings had been adopted, but the three left behind were not eating, and would be killed the following day....

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James’ Success Story

The Owens had been in search for a new dog ever since their Alaskan Malamute, Diesel, had to be put down due to cancer. Diesel had been in the family for nine years, and he is very missed by the Owen family. Since his death, the family knew they wanted another big...

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