BE A PART OF WHAT WE DO - SUPPORT US IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS:
- Make a Donation of $25 or more and we will send one of our note cards explaining how a dog was saved and cared for in the name of the recipient. This is a wonderful way to honour the passing of a dog.
- Purchase some of our Moosonee Puppy Rescue merchandise listed below. To purchase, contact Sharron Purdy
Moosonee Puppy Rescue is a registered Charitable Corporation
- 705-764-1478 | email@example.com
WE ACCEPT DONATIONS:
- Via Pay Pal
- Cheque - made out and mailed to Moosonee Puppy Rescue
- 1490 Falkenburg Rd. Bracebridge, Ontario P1L 1X4
- Email Money Transfer using your online banking account to the following email address:
See additional items for sale from on our "Do No Harm" campaign page.
New, 2016 Christmas Cards
$15 per set of five
Each card boasts a picture of a Moosonee Puppy Rescue dog and the name of each dog is on the back above a photo of the "Puppy Cabin" as it is lit for Christmas. The cards are a personal touch which can only add to the true spirit of Christmas care, thoughtfulness and giving.
Ladies Long Sleeve MPR Logo T-shirts (was $20)NOW $10
Sizes Available: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, 2XL, 3XL
Gildan 100% cotton (they are a small fit)
Youth Long Sleeve MPR T-Shirts (was $10) NOW $5
Small (6-8) , Large (12-14)
Gildan 100% cotton
"I adopted a rescue a dog and all I got was unconditional love". Ladies short sleeve T-shirt (Pink) $10
Sizes Available: X-Large, 3X-Large
Gildan: 100% Cotton A true fit.
MPR Decorative Paddle $20
This new addition to the collection is 24 inches tall and is the perfect reminder of how wonderfully important rescuing a dog is.
Back of the paddle reads;
May you paddle through life with the wind at your back and a dog by your side. “Here’s to the adventure”.
MPR Paddle $50
MPR Paddle Key Chain $5
Back of the paddle reads;
May you paddle through life with the wind at your back and your dog by your side. Here's to the adventure.
MPR Logo Key Chains $5
Logo with saying back:
When you rescue a dog, it rescues you right back.
MPR Key Chain Flashlight
THE RESCUED DOGS
NOTE CARDS SET of FIVE, $15 plus $2 mailing
BROOK, RIVER + LAKER
Brook, River and Laker were all rescued from Kashechewan. Their life had been harsh after losing their mom at five weeks of age. They relied on one another in order to survive until they were rescued by a teacher and sent down to us. They were able to keep hope in their hearts because they had each other I am sure.
They loved to swim and would actually take naps at the water’s edge while waves rippled up against them. They accepted what came their way and were delighted with the simplest of pleasures.
Copper came to us from Attawapiskat and although he had always hoped for a better life he had no way of knowing what it would be. He came down with several other dogs but none were related to him. Copper had always felt alone and unsure so the wishes he held in his heart were simply to feel safe and to belong. When he came into rescue care he was astounded at just how much love and kindness there was in the world as he had never known any before. But, when he was allowed on the couch, he was absolutely beside himself.
Drifter came down from Moose Factory all alone. There weren’t any other pups with him and we have no idea just what had happened to his mom. He was so grateful to have been found and rescued that he cuddled for the longest time before allowing us to put him down. Drifter must have had a hard time fending for himself and wondering if he would ever be loved. He played, romped and followed us about – but every chance he got, he took a nap. He must have been making up for all the times he didn’t dare sleep in Moose Factory.
The night before Lady Rose was to be flown out of Attawapiskat she was shot at and her best friend was killed. She was so traumatized by the experience she determined never to trust humankind again. Eventually, Lady Rose was tranquilized and sent down to us. Her fear was now magnified and the moment she could escape she did. She lived in the bush outside our house for one year while we worked to gentle her. On August 14, 2009 she came in the house to live. She now sleeps on the couch and gets a tad grumpy if her meals are served late.
Jed had been born to a “wildish” dog that lived in the bush outside Matheson. His mom was afraid of people but Jed and his siblings had higher hopes for life than she did. When his mom was trapped and sent down to us with her pups, Jed had a chance to discover for himself if humans had much worth or not. It didn’t take long for him to become accustomed to tummy rubs, soft beds and whispers of love. Jed and his seven siblings were delighted with their new life and, in time, even their mom learned to trust us.