Detroit Dog Rescue (DDR)

Our mission Our nonprofit organization focuses on raising awareness of the mounting homeless and stray dog epidemic in Detroit, along with advocating for humane rescue alternatives such as no-kill sheltering, foster care and adoptions, pet identification and healthy pet population control through spay and neutering.
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Detroit Dog Rescue (DDR)

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While monetary donations help greatly to contribute to our no-kill shelter fund, your supply donations are equally important to help us continue our mission! You can order supplies from Amazon Smile and they will be shipped directly to our shelter safely!

Below is a list of supplies that are desperately needed and can be dropped off at any of our conveniently located drop off locations.

  • Blue Buffalo Dry Adult Food (Chicken & Rice)
  • Blue Buffalo Canned Dog Food
  • Blue Buffalo Dry Puppy Food (Chicken & Rice)
  • Blue Buffalo Canned Puppy Food
  • Kirkland/Costco Dry Food (Chicken & Rice)
  • Royal Canin Hydrolyzed Protein Dry or Canned Dog Food
  • Zuke’s Training Treats
  • Bully Sticks
  • Beggin’ Strips Treats
  • Beggin’ Skinny Strips Turkey Dog Treats
  • Pup-Peroni Treats
  • Snausages
  • Canine Carry Outs Chicken Flavor Treats
  • Canine Carry Outs Steak Bites Treats
  • Jerky Treats
  • Jif Creamy Peanut Butter
  • KONG Easy Treat Dog Treat – Bacon & Cheese
  • Kongs [large]
  • Stuffy Toys for Medium and Large dogs
  • HP 952 Black and Tricolor Original Ink Cartridges
  • HP 63 Black and Tricolor Original Ink Cartridges
  • Adaptil Spray
  • Liquid Lysol Cleaner
  • 42 Gallon Garbage Bags
  • Heavy Duty Large Cable Tie-Outs
  • 6ft Clip/Snap Nylon Leashes
  • Martingale Collars (Small, Medium and Large)
  • Freedom Harnesses (Medium, Large, XL and 2XL)
  • Wishlist - Amazon, etc
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How you help Detroit Dog Rescue relies on over 400 volunteer service hours per week. The dogs rescued by DDR require extra love and rehabilitation; our volunteers work tirelessly to give them what they need.
About us There is a stray dog epidemic in the city, especially in the neighborhoods, just as there is in many cities across the United States that have had to deal with economic decline, dwindling populations and abandoned buildings. If other animal lovers around the world could see what we see on the streets of Detroit every day, we know that they would help us make a difference in this city, one dog at a time. Detroit Dog Rescue helps between 80 to 120 dogs at any given time. Our rescue is known for taking animals in trouble that most regard as unadoptable and investing the time and training needed to rehabilitate and re-home these dogs.
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