Moosonee Puppy Rescue officially began in May 2003. Once we knew of the conditions in so many northern communities we had to act. Our purpose became to save dogs from being trapped and shot in the isolated communities of Moosonee, Moose Factory, Attawapiskat, Fort Albany and Kashechewan.
We have placed 1400 dogs to date and we are grateful to have known every single one of them.
GARAGE SALE + ADOPTION DAY | May 30, 8 AM – 2 PM
Bake Sale, Raffle, Sales + Fun
Help Save a Dog’s Life
Lakeshore Drive, Between First & Second Streets
15 Lake Shore Drive, Etobicoke, ON M8V 1Y9
NO HOT PETS CAMPAIGN | May 19 – August 31, 2015
Moosonee Puppy Rescue has been invited to join the award winning national No Hot Pets Campaign for 2015 to help create a stronger voice for animals. The campaign will run from May 19 – August 31, 2015.
The issue of owners leaving their pets in their vehicles during the hot summer months is a constant problem. Hundreds of reports are received daily, putting animals’ safety at risk and even in some cases, causing death.
The 2014 No Hot Pets campaign was a HUGE SUCCESS, with over 20 million online impressions and close to 12,000 people taking the online pledge. We expect this year’s campaign to be even bigger!
FOR MORE INFORMATION CHECK OUT #NoHotPets or click here...
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
Gord Kidd has released an album that includes the Rescue Song and a portion of the proceeds are donated to Moosonee Puppy Rescue. If you are interested in purchasing the CD I recommend you do so as it will only brighten your spirits and remind you why so much in life matters. You can order through firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. The album costs $20 and is titled From One Soul to Another and it truly is. My thanks to Gord and his wonderful wife Kathryn who love and adore the three dogs they rescued through us.
Want to learn more about Moosonee Puppy Rescue?
Check out this CBC Radio Interview with Sharron Purdy from the Points North Radio Program back in December, 2011...