Donate to All Dog Rescue

Your generous donations ensure all of our dogs have vet exams, heartworm tests, current vaccinations, and microchips; and that all dogs adopted through us are spayed or neutered. They also make it possible so we can help "special needs" animals who require extra medical attention. All Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) organization, so your donation is tax-deductible. Even with the generous discounts we receive from our vet partner, our adoption fees do not cover all of our expenses. Donors like you make it possible for us to do the work we do.

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Checks or money orders can be mailed to:

All Dog Rescue
PO Box 17343
Minneapolis, MN 55417

Here are just a few of the special dogs your donations have helped:
During Leviís exam, our vet discovered a tiny lump the size of a green pea on her right ear. To our shock and dismay, further investigation revealed our sweet, 11 month old puppy had mass cell cancer. To save Leviís life, we amputated her ear. Levi's surgery was successful and she has a 90% chance of never suffering another recurrence. She was adopted by a loving family who doesn't mind at all that their happy, loving, energetic girl is missing one ear.
Bennyís foster mom was concerned that the end of his tail was bleeding and brought him to our vet. Our vet shaved the region and discovered that a rubber band had been tied around the tail and had been there so long that several inches of his tail had atrophied and needed to be amputated. Benny recovered wonderfully from his surgery, and is now enjoying his "happily ever after" in his new forever home.
Callie waited for months for a family to pick her. This gentle, calm girl was used for breeding before being rescued by All Dog Rescue, and as a result her tummy was very saggy and some people didnít give her a chance because she wasnít ďperfect.Ē A wonderful couple met Callie and fell in love, but before she could be adopted Callie developed a hernia. Her hernia was successfully repaired, and this lucky girl had the joy of recovering in her new forever home.
Nelson was picked up as a stray, and from his condition we guess that this poor little guy had to fend for himself. Our vet diagnosed Nelson with dental disease that required teeth cleaning. We normally do our spays and neuters at a low-cost mobile clinic, but Nelsonís neuter would be complicated due to an undescended testicle so we decided to do the surgery at the same time as his teeth cleaning. Indeed, the vet had to go through Nelsonís abdomen to complete the neuter procedure. Nelson recovered swiftly and is currently living lavishly with his new family.

Non-Cash Donations

Sponsor a trip to the shelter:

Most of our dogs come from regional shelters where they would otherwise have been euthanized. Sometimes we have to travel long distances to rescue these dogs, and high gas prices drain our volunteers' resources. Consider donating a gas card to help fund a life-saving mission.

Donate Supplies:

Please consider helping our animals by donating indoor crates/kennels, dog beds in good condition, toys, collars, leashes, bowls, food - anything you can give to make our homeless canine friends happy. Please contact us at and we will work with you to make arrangements for the donation to be picked up or dropped off.

Thank you for helping us continue to help homeless dogs!