About Mission K9 Gala

The purpose of the Mission K9 Rescue Gala is to bring awareness and raise money to support the Hero Dogs who have served our country and communities so bravely. We also are in touch with http://missionk9rescue.org

The foundation provides monetary, transportation, adoption and medical assistance for retired military and contract dogs.

The event is open to general public who are:

Strong supporters of the military who want to help dogs who have fought alongside their handlers and have saved over 200 soldiers’ lives per year.
Dog lovers who want to rescue or reunite hero dogs with their military handlers.
Avid readers of thriller/mystery novels who would like to get to meet some of their favorite authors

About Mission K9 Rescue

Mission K9 Rescue is a 501(c)3 non profit organization dedicated to the service of retiring and retired Military Working Dogs (MWD) and Contract Working Dogs (CWD).

Mission K9 Rescue has offices in Houston, San Antonio, Colorado Springs and Los Angeles. From these locations we provide assistance and support for Working Dogs worldwide. The organizaiton’s purpose for existence is to serve retiring and retired Military Working Dogs, Contract Working Dogs and other Dogs who serve as they may fit into our mission and scope. Mission K9 Rescue operates under the laws of the State of Texas.

Mission K9 Rescue believes that these hero dogs have a right to a good retirement, a loving home, and life long care. They work tirelessly to find these hero dogs a home for them when they retire or are discharged from duty. Many people don’t know that there are literally thousands of these dogs that have risked it all in the protective service of our military personnel. Our military service dogs have worked to detect bombs, drugs, weaponary and much more. They deserve a chance to rest and play as they move on from their services.

Mission K9 Rescue provides monetary, transportation, adoption and professional assistance for these retired hero dogs.

Mission K9 Rescue is professionally managed by Kristen Maurer, Louisa Kastner and Bob Bryant. A host of volunteers and donors provide invaluable assistance.

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