The dogs that we rescue are saved from “death row” from local Shelters. These pets often run out of time in the shelter or have a hard time being adopted due to age, breed, appearance, medical needs, or simply over population.

We take the rejected, the forgotten, and the overlooked because we know that they are all amazing, loving family pets. It just takes our dogs a little longer to find people who see in them what we do.

Our rescue is run entirely on donations, and you can do your part to help us save dogs by purchasing our awesome shirts & designs!

Feel free to contact us for a color or product that isn’t listed.

Check us out at fmnrescue.org and find out how you can get involved in animal rescue!

  • Joined: August 2016

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Betty: Grey Muzzle, So Whatzzle?!

Betty (affectionately known around here as Betty Boop) was pulled back in 2013 from our local Manatee County Animal Services when the dog overpopulation called for more kennel space. She arrived at Animal Services after being confiscated by police when her owner was evicted from his home. She found herself middle-aged and homeless, and it wasn’t her fault. She came to us 5 years old, thin a…
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