National Mill Dog Rescue takes in former puppy mill dogs and give them another chance at life. Since 2007 they have rescued over 9000 former mill dogs and placed them in loving homes. Having probably spent the first part of her life living in a small cage and having puppies, Dixie is a dog who is adjusting to retirement.
From National Mill Dog Rescue: “Dixie is a scared dog right now, but she is really trying hard to be brave and work through her fears. She is very interested and curious in all that is going on, but will retreat when uncomfortable. With encouragement, she will allow you to pick her up. Dixie will need a patient home that will allow her to gain trust. She is great with other dogs. but because she is timid, children in the home should be ages 8+ at this time.”
If you are interested in adopting Dixie please read more about the adoption process.
I’m happy to say that Chutney, Heidi, Knuckles, and Levi have all been adopted. Bella recently passed her training class and is still up for adoption. Rolph is also still waiting for his forever family.
About National Mill Dog Rescue: National Mill Dog Rescue is a Colorado Springs based 501(c)(3) organization that rescues, rehabilitates, and re-homes discarded commercial breeding dogs from puppy mills. NMDR relies on volunteers to care for the dogs, from the moment they are surrendered to the time they are adopted and beyond. They depend on the generosity of the public to provide the high level of care they do for the dogs and to continue to be able to save them.
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