Our tribute collection of  Jewelry can be found by going to the SILENT TEARS & WINGS OF THOUGHT tab on the navigation bar at the top of this page. Loud Joy pieces have also been added. 


2018 MPR Reunion

This reunion is even more important than the previous six because it could be the last. We find ourselves at a crossroad and we may not be able to choose which way to go willingly. We began rescue work in 2003 and it has taken its toll. Aches, pains and surgeries are not to be ignored I am afraid so the time has come for us to stay still and rest for a bit. Injured dogs will continue to need us and others will risk being left behind though so we will adjust, adapt and respond as best we can. We will focus on the dogs that need us the most so money must still be raised, people thanked, acknowledged and appreciated so please join us September 22, 2018 for a day to be remembered. Due to the amount of work that goes into hosting the reunion we ask that you pre-register for tickets before September 15 so we are able to gage interest and know that enough people and dogs will be in attendance to warrant the cost and effort required. If you are hoping to attend but aren’t completely sure you can then tickets can be held for you at the door and paid for at that time but, if possible, pre-payment would be appreciated. This is an odd and challenging year but I know that none of us want to let the dogs down. Thank you so much and take care. Sharron

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All the tribute pieces can be seen on the Silent Tears and Wings of Thought page. The following are just a few of the pieces I created and made withgreat  intention.





  silent tear of peace

silent tear of peace

  silent tear of simplicity

silent tear of simplicity

Gift tags to match our Christmas cards are also available and are $3 for a set of eleven with envelopes. To order please email moosoneepuppyrescue@gmail and include the number of sets you would like and your address. Payment can be made through PayPal on our web page, e-transfer or by cheque.


The dogs do not want charily as they are proud and noble creatures. True, they are in need, but they prefer to offer something in exchange for any help they receive.  Out of respect and  appreciation for the dogs, we have created products that we ask you to purchase as a method of raising very much needed funds. Each item  is designed by myself and the dogs are always near when I am working. They lend their inspiration and devotion to everything.

There truly is no better gift  than one that represents thought, care and reflection.  Our thanks for your support.


See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil

Cyber bullying is all too easy and alarmingly common. Even the most noble of causes come under attack by ill informed and misguided people. 

Gossip, rumours and lies spread easily and quickly through social media without a sense of responsibility or need to establish truth or validity. Far too many people believe what they read without consideration and anyone can become the victim of hateful words and false accusations. Hurt is caused and damage is done. 

Dogs are true and honest animals and their actions have reason behind them. So, on behalf of the dogs we love and admire, I ask you to stand up against the bullies and help to prevent the harm they do. 

Moosonee Puppy Rescue officially began in May 2003. Our purpose is to save dogs from neglect, abandonment, abuse and at times from being trapped and shot in the isolated northern communities of MoosoneeAttawapiskatFort Albany and Kashechewan.

We also work with organizations that rescue from northern Quebec and we accept surrenders locally when needed. All dogs deserve the best of chances.

We have placed 1400 dogs to date and we are grateful to have known every single one of them.

MPR is registered Charitable Corporation (#84201-8988-RR0001)


Our new Christmas cards will be available soon as will a new line to honour the dogs we have rescued, loved and lost. 



Visit our HAPPY TAILS page dedicated to all the people who love our dogs as we do and who have given them the life they so deserve…

The Rescue Song by Gord Kidd