Missouri K9 Friends

All donations received by December 5, 2022 are matched 100%

Missouri K9 Friends

A wonderful part of the holidays is sharing them with those we care about most. We know you care about dogs and hate to see any dog abused, abandoned, or neglected. Thanks to a generous offer from our Friend, Lois S., any gift you make between now and December 5, 2022, will be matched up to $30,000. That means every dollar you give today will go twice as far to rescue dogs from abuse, abandonment, and neglect. Whatever you can give today will make a big difference for the dogs we rescue.

Missouri K9 Friends is a 501(c)3 non-profit volunteer led organization. We rescue dogs in need, advocate for animal welfare, and promote ending breed discrimination

Becoming a foster for Missouri K9 Friends is an act of selfless love that saves lives. As a foster you provide a temporary loving home for a homeless dog until he or she finds a forever home. Many of those we rescue have been abused and neglected. Fosters are essential to healing the hearts and bodies of our rescues, showing them what it means to trust, feel safe, feel secure, and experience comfort. Supplies, food, and veterinary care for your foster are provided by Missouri K9 Friends . Apply here

Becoming a foster for Missouri K9 Friends is an act of selfless love that saves lives. As a foster you provide a temporary loving home for a homeless dog until he or she finds a forever home. Many of those we rescue have been abused and neglected. Fosters are essential to healing the hearts and bodies of our rescues, showing them what it means to trust, feel safe, feel secure, and experience comfort. Supplies, food, and veterinary care for your foster is provided by Missouri K9 Friends .

Thank you to our partners

Trendy Paws Grooming

Veterinary Group of Chesterfield

Town and Country Veterinary Hospital

Pet Supplies Plus, Ballwin

Mandy K9 Dog Training, Ellisville

Meet Trooper

Trooper was shot, paralyzed and then hit on the head with a hammer before being dumped in a ditch.  Trooper remained in that ditch with no food or fresh water supply, unable to move, lying in his own feces and urine (causing burns to his skin) for about a month before he was rescued.  Someone saw him while driving by and his journey to recovery began.  Trooper touched hearts everywhere and Team Trooper was formed from his inspirational story of surviving and his miraculous recovery.



Missouri K9 Friends shirts available here

Missouri K9 Friends
1324 Clarkson Clayton Center, Box 269, Ellisville, MO 63011

636-220-8166

missourik9friends@gmail.com