New Day Rescue (501c3) was founded in 2011 by Pam Patton. Pam had been taking in and caring for stray animals since she was a child. After fostering for a local rescue out of Minneapolis she decided in 2011 to open her own rescue organization, New Day Rescue.
At New Day Rescue we believe that the life of EVERY animal is precious and should be treated as such. Our objective is to take in homeless animals and find them responsible and FOREVER homes.
New Day Rescue is located in Columbia Heights, MN. We take in both stray dogs and cats. Each animal is seen by licensed veterinarian where they are vaccinated, spayed/neutered and assessed for additional medical needs.
Once the dog/cat has completed his/her vet check they are made available for public adoption.
Donate to Our Rescue Group...
A wishlist may also be found on our website (listed above). If you would like to donate items from this list please send us an email or call us at 763.571-1041 to coordinate a time to do so.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Adoption Events are typically held on Saturday's from 12=3 PM at the Richfield, Petco. Please check out Facebook page to ensure we are there on a day you would like to visit.
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We are also in need of volunteers. If you are someone you know may be interested in volunteering for this event or others in the future please contact us.
Our Adoption Process...
We do NOT request an adoption APPLICATION fee.
We do however request a variable adoption fee for each dog/cat to help offset the costs of vaccinating, spaying/neutering, etc. our rescued animals.
We also require an adoption contract and in-home visit for each adoptable animal.
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