Featured Pup of the Month
Blue is a beautiful Pitbull boy in search of his FURever home.
This handsome fella is 3 years old.
He absolutely LOVES children but would do best with older children since he doesn't know his own size.
He is extremally playful and does require a fenced in yard as he is a high energy dog.
Blue gets along well with most dogs but he prefers to play with females around his own size.
If you're looking for a playful lovebug Blue is the dog for you!
Welcome to Dog Saver
Rescue, Adopt, Educate, Donate and Inspire
Dog Saver is a no-kill and a 501c3 non-profit all dog breed rescue and adoption organization founded in Washington, Missouri. Organized in 2010 we are a 100% volunteer group and with the help of local veterinarians, foster homes, donations, and volunteers we are able to save hundreds of dogs from euthanasia every year.
All of our dogs are Spayed/Neutered, Microchipped, Vaccinated, De-wormed, and HW/FIV tested and Prevention Given prior to adoption. Adoption fees cover these vetting expenses. Puppies receive 3 Distemper/Parvo shots and other vetting once they reach 6 months old.
2022 Trivia Night
What do you get when you cross a sheepdog with a rose?
A thank you to our veterinarians
We work with amazing veterinarians and their staff. We would not be able to do what we do without their dedication and hard work.
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All donations are greatly appreciated by our dogs and us. Thank you!
By Karen Cernich, Feature Writer
Cindy Faltemier, Washington, hasn’t met a dog in need that she didn’t think was worth rescuing. She has taken in dogs that many people thought were too old and others that people thought were too sick to bother with saving.
She finds homes for them all, or keeps them until she can.
Five years ago Faltemier set up Dog Saver, a no-kill dog shelter on the 8 acre property she and her husband, Doug, own off Highway AJ. But Faltemier admits she has been rescuing dogs for many more years than that.
The first were neighbor dogs that showed up at her door often hungry, but occasionally hurt. One that she calls Brown Dog started coming around in 2002.
“He would come over, hang out, eat and leave, go back home,” said Faltemier.
We hold adoption events most weekends at various pet stores in St. Charles and Wentzville.
For more information and to find out where we will be feel free to Contact us. We will have plenty of our furry, four legged friends at the event for you to meet and greet. You may just meet your forever friend!