ABMR (American Belgian Malinois Rescue, Inc) is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to helping Malinois in need. Rescue Malinois come into the ABMR foster program from shelters, animal control, or owners who can no longer keep their Malinois for various reasons. There are many excellent Malinois who have lost their homes through no fault of their own. Divorce, moving, death, illness, or ? can result in the Malinois losing its home and family. Please check out our available dogs if you are considering a Malinois as a family companion.
ABMR is a foster based rescue and our dogs are located throughout the country. We rely on our foster homes to provide a stable, loving home environment while the dogs await adoption.
*Tip - You can find the SEARCH option in the ANIMAL drop down list at the top of the page. If you want to search our available dogs by state, age or some other criteria click on Search and then click on Advanced Search.
Impact of COVID 19 on ABMR - A message from the ABMR BOD
The COVID 19 Virus is effecting various parts of the country in different ways. Although the full extent of the impact on rescue operations is not known yet, we can predict that our ability to pull, foster and transport dogs is going to be limited. Additionally, the process of reviewing applications may also slow down due to the inability to complete home visits. At this time, ABMR will not be pulling new dogs unless local, long term foster support is available.
We thank you all for your support as we continue to take care of the many dogs in our program and work hard to complete the transports of these dogs to their new foster or forever homes. We will re-evaluate the situation in approximately two weeks and provide an update to our community at that time.
To make a gift to help care for dogs that may be in Rescue for an extended period of time due to COVID 19 please click here - Network for Good
Please do NOT attempt to fill out the applications using a phone, using a phone will give you an error and the form will not reach ABMR.
Please fill out only ONE (1) application even if you are interested in a couple of different dogs. Filling out more than one application will slow down your application's processing.