Welcome to Jellystone Barks Rescue Rangers
Please note that this site is under construction. You can see our animals and find more information HERE!
Jellystone Bark's Rescue RANGERs have been rescuing animals since 2007. We have rescued over 13000 abused, neglected and homeless babies with the assistance of our Rescue Partners throughout the Midwest. Our goal is to assist animals in low/moderate income areas and puppy mills (Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Kentucky) who have little or no hope of being rescued. We currently work with over 95 No Kill Shelters and Foster Based Rescues in the Midwest and are exclusive with many high kill shelters to save their babies.
We are a licensed NO KILL Foster Based Rescue. We are in the process of getting our NOT FOR PROFIT (501c3). We are an all volunteer organization that spends every spare moment trying to save the abused, abandoned and forgotten ones and provide them with a second chance at a good life.
Rescue dogs are a friend for life. Before accepting any dog into your home please consider the emotional, as well as financial commitment necessary to give this pet a forever loving home. Please consider: Does everyone in the household agree to adding a pet? Can you afford the grooming, vetting, and training to help your new family member truly become a FOREVER member of your family?
Often times a rescued DOG brings along their "baggage", and with this are old injuries and lessons learned in a previous unfriendly world. Are you prepared to love your new dog unconditionally and help him forget his "woes"?
Dogs are loving and very social creatures. They do not make good outside family pets, they need, and want, to be a member of the inside "pack".
We are here to help you find the right, forever friend for you. It is important that we honestly assess each situation to find the perfect "love connection", both for the potential adopter and the dog.
We are searching for homes that are financially and emotionally able to commit 15+ years to our dogs through rough times, good times and all times. They are a part of your family and must be treated as such.
REMEMBER: Rescued animals are by no means perfect or show quality. They can be from puppy mills, bad breeding, unwanted, abandoned, untrained or aging. Rarely do we have a lot of background on our rescues but we know that they need love, patience, understanding and a commitment from you.