We are a pet rescue in Mercer County, North Dakota, who has placed approximately 350 homeless or surrendered dogs and cats since 2012. Animals are vaccinated, spayed/neutered and cared for until they find their forever homes. Please consider adopting one of our pets and making a lifetime friend and companion!
- Cinema Flix in Hazen is sponsoring two movies on Saturday, March 14th, with the proceeds going to the rescue. "The Fox and the Hound" and "Homeward Bound" will show at 1pm with admission at $5/person.
- Pancakes for Paws is a pancake and sausage breakfast on Sunday, March 15, at the Beulah Civic Center from 8:30am to 1:30pm. The benefit is being sponsored by Fire & Iron Firefighters MC. Some of our adoptive pets will be at this event. PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!
- Our March meeting will be held on Tuesday, March 31st, at Hazen City Hall at 7pm. People interested in the well being of animals are welcome to attend.
The rescue recently took in 14 dogs/puppies from two different situations. Please visit our Facebook page for details of both rescues and ongoing updates. The dogs/puppies will be available for adoption once veterinary care has been provided and they're determined to be ready for adoption. Please complete an application and agreement and email to mmpetrescue701.com to be considered. Thank you to everyone who has generously contributed toward the expenses we will have with veterinary care. WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT!
Please visit and 'like' our page at M&M Pet Rescue. Things change frequently so please visit often. We also offer $40 spay/neuter certificates. Please send a request using the 'Contact' page or visit our Facebook page for details. The certificates are honored at Knife River Veterinary Clinic and Buffalo Hill Veterinary Clinic.
M&M Pet Rescue is a 501(c)(3) organization. This is an IRS designation that allows us to be tax exempt and donations to the rescue are now allowed as write-offs. Our thanks for the many donations we receive as this is what allows us to care for the animals that come our way.