Drink Coffee. Save Dogs.

Every abandoned dog deserves a second chance. At Dog Rescue Coffee Co., we use the sale of our single origin and blended coffees to help them find new homes. Twenty percent of our profits benefit no-kill animal shelters, dog foster care organizations, and Dog Rescue operations.

You benefit from big, bold flavor — dogs benefit from your giant heart.

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Navigate to the apperal collection on our home page menu & choose from 16 different dog breeds. Don't see the breed you're looking for? Suggest another breed...

When you drink our coffee, you're supporting these hardworking and dedicated rescue organizations across the U.S.

We donate a full 20 percent of our profits to the Rescue Organizations featured below.

Puppy Rescue Mission

Inspired by the heroics of several dogs in Afghanistan, Anna & Chris Chiasson founded Puppy Rescue Mission. Since then, they have rescued over 3,500 animals across 50 different countries & connected them with soldiers back in the United States.

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HALO Animal Rescue

HALO is an acronym that stands for Helping Animals Live On. It is a succinct, four-word definition of what we are here for.  It is the reason each and every employee and volunteer puts two feet on the ground.  It is a passion that goes beyond just loving dogs and cats.  It is a driving force in our lives; to make this community, this world, a safe place for homeless pets.

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Pets for Patriots

Our vision is to end animal homelessness in the United States while giving our military veterans and their families the greatest “thank you” of all: the extraordinary love of a companion pet.

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Stray Rescue of St. Louis

We seek out and take in those who no other organization will help or would simply euthanize because they are too expensive to heal. We rescue the abandoned, beaten, bred, fought, injured, terrified, defeated and betrayed. The minute they enter our doors, we look in their eyes and promise them ALL the second chance they deserve for health, home, commitment and love, no matter the time or cost.

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Oregon Dog Rescue

Oregon Dog Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. It is also a no-kill shelter, so the dogs stay at the facility until they find their families. The group was started in 2007 by two women who, at the time, had 12 years of rescue experience. Our dogs come from overcrowded local shelters, owners who can no longer keep their dogs (following an evaluation), and from high-kill shelters all over. Our facility is in Tualatin and can accommodate up to 75 dogs at a time.

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Soul Dog Rescue

Soul Dog is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit animal rescue organization founded with the mission to spay/neuter and protect animals. Soul Dog is proactive in animal welfare, advancing the need for spaying and neutering our pets to reduce overpopulation.

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Pendleton Animal Welfare Shelter (PAWS)

The mission of the Pioneer Humane Society, a non-profit 501(3)c organization, is to promote and provide humane treatment of animals through education and fostering/sheltering/adopting homeless animals.  Its programs and services are administered through PAWS (Pendleton Animal Welfare Shelter).  PAWS serves the community by reducing pet population through spay/neuter programs and maintains a commitment not to euthanize healthy adoptable animals.

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One Love Pit Bull Foundation

One Love Pit Bull Foundation is a nonprofit organization that utilizes innovative and forward thinking programs to support shelter dogs and provide assistance to families with companion animals in under-resourced communities. Our goal is to rescue and rehabilitate at-risk dogs, increase shelter adoptions and decrease the number of pets that enter our local shelters.

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Ruff Start STX

Our mission is to proactively search out the dogs who can’t search for help themselves. The critically ill, injured, abandoned dogs within our community. To go into known dump sites and remove dogs in need, and in some cases, remove dogs from bad living situations when an owner agrees to surrender.  We will work with scared and shutdown dogs to gain trust in order to capture, bring in for medical care, socialize, and eventually re-home.

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SNARR Northeast

We save the toughest dogs to place; those with serious medical conditions, paralyzed dogs, deaf and blind dogs, severely emaciated dogs, dogs with neurological deficits & disease, dogs with injuries and orthopedic issues … the animals that nobody else wants; the dogs that would otherwise be euthanized.

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Humane Society of Westchester

heHumane Society of Westchester, founded in 1911 as the New Rochelle Humane Society, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting the human/animal bond through the compassionate care and treatment of animals throughout the communities we serve in Westchester County and beyond.

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Asheville Humane Society

Since 1984, we’ve dedicated ourselves to ensuring every animal has the quality of life they deserve – a life worth living. Now, we go beyond our walls to help create a more humane community for petsandthe people who love them.

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