Here’s their official mission statement:
“To rescue, rehabilitate and re-home discarded breeding dogs and to educate the general public about the cruel realities of the commercial dog breeding industry.”
They began their work in 2007 and have since then saved 10,671 dogs (and counting, they have a counter on the top right of their website). They are based in Peyton, Colorado so they're even local!
Because no one can describe the good the National Mill Dog Rescue better than their founder, Theresa Strader, I’ll let her do the rest of the talking in this video I snagged from their website.
Adopt one of the rescued dogs -
Foster one of the rescued dogs –
Donate – This could be in the form of money, food, or buying one of the items off their wish lists.
Amazon wish list - http://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/1M0CHOJA356KV/ref=cm_sw_su_w
Dog.com wish list - http://www.dog.com/rescue/national-mill-dog-rescue-wish-list/?srccode=DVDGNMDR
For more information go to their website at milldogrescue.org