Healing Hearts Dog Rescue Logo

Our Mission

Our Goal, Vision, & Commitment

Our Dogs

Ready for Adoption

Get Involved

Volunteer, Foster, or Heal a Heart Membership

💜 💜  Give To The Max Day 2020 is on November 19th. 💚💚

 

We are excited to be participating in Give To The Max again this year!  We hope you’ll consider joining us in supporting Healing Hearts Rescue, as we truly work hard to save endless dogs in need, from Missouri to Texas to North Dakota to right here in Minnesota. We are a completely volunteer run organization and rely on donations to help pay for vet bills, food, supplies, foster care, training and transportation.

Donations are tax deductible and can be made by clicking the DONATE TODAY button. Any donation at any time on Give to the Max Day is truly appreciated. Also, you can help by spreading the word. Every donation in any amount really adds up.

Thanks for your support!

"Dogs have a way of finding the people who need them, and filling an emptiness we didn’t even know we had."

Thom Jones

Adoption Events Postponed

Check back for updates. Thank you!

IMG_9808

Join Us

Volunteers are the
heart and soul of
what we do!

Insight Holiday Photos-85

Latest News

In Memory of Trinity

In loving memory of Trinity.

Read More...

In Memory of In loving memory of our sweeheart beagle, Misha

9 years was too little time with our rescue beagle Misha. Best years of our lives was spending it with you my dear. Thank you for all the giggles, cuddles and unconditional love. You were truly special and so many quirks which made living with you a surprise everyday. Andrej and I will never forget…

Read More...

In Memory of HUDSON

On behalf of our sweet old man we lost in July.

Read More...

Orville

Orville came into rescue from a local impound facility. He was an older guy, but stole our hearts like a champ. Orville had a lot of hurdles to overcome from his life before rescue, but his foster family was there to support him through thick and thin. Orville’s favorite thing to do was to chill out…

Read More...

Gilbert

Gilbert was a shy pup when he came into rescue from the Reservation. He wasn’t sure how to be a house dog, or a family dog. But with the love of his amazing foster family, he learned. He loved to play and snuggle, especially with his human foster sister. Gilbert grew happy and confident in his…

Read More...

Pinto

Pinto came to us from a hard life on the Reservation. He was an older boy when we got him. It was as though he’d spent his life saving up love for others. Then, when he finally found a foster family, he spent all his time showering them with it all. Pinto was kind and…

Read More...

Leesha

Leesha’s story is a hard one, not for the faint of heart. But sometimes that’s what rescue is. Sometimes it’s hard to love people, but then you remember those that save, and your heart fills again. If you think you’re up for it. Read on. A pastor heard his dog barking and thought there may…

Read More...

This is Star!

Star arrive at our partner rescue pregnant. She had been homeless, but was being cared for by some loving nuns. They reached out to rescue to get her the help they knew she needed and couldn’t provide. The search for a foster-based rescue began. Boarding at the vet clinic was safe, but loud and a…

Read More...

Tiny Tegan

Tegan is 11 weeks old. She was alone on her own and got hit by a car. Not once, it turns out, but twice. We thought she came out of it all with just a bloody nose. But, she was being brave. X-rays of a leg she refused to put down revealed a badly dislocated…

Read More...

Why We Started a Rescue

Well to start with, WE LOVE DOGS! But, far more than that. Having worked in rescue for many years, we know the need is great. So many dogs are in need of a better life. There are so many to save. Why start our own rescue? We believe strongly in the love a dog can…

Read More...