If you are interested in adopting an IMPS min pin, please fill out and submit online our Potential Home Questionnaire by clicking on: I Want to Adopt a Friend!
Who We Are
The Internet Miniature Pinscher Service, Inc. (IMPS) was formed in July of 1998. IMPS is a non-profit organization of dedicated rescue volunteers devoted to the Miniature Pinscher and serving the United States and Canada. We have Regional Coordinators covering every state who maintain lists of available min pins in need of homes. You have reached the Petfinder page for the Wisconsin State Region.
The IMPS mission is to improve the lives of homeless and abandoned Miniature Pinschers through rescue and the love and respect that comes with humane care, compassion and kindness.
IMPS attempts to assist homeless Miniature Pinschers by providing foster care, veterinary care, transport, and adoptive homes. We also provide education and sources of information for the well-being of Miniature Pinschers. All Miniature Pinschers placed through IMPS will be spayed or neutered prior to placement, and have been thoroughly evaluated by a breed representative for temperament and training needs.
Come join our IMPS WI Volunteer group!!
URGENT- We are in urgent need of volunteers to serve as IMPS Foster Homes for our many homeless WI min pins throughout our state. Please think about opening up your heart and home to a homeless min pin and save a life! It is rewarding work when you find the perfect family and home for one of our deserving min pins. We are also in need of volunteers for home visits, shelter checks, pick ups and transports throughout the State. Please fill out and submit an online volunteer application at I Want to Volunteer! Thank you!
Thank you, IMPS WI Volunteers! You are truly our soldiers on the front line of rescue.
We gratefully acknowledge our many dedicated and hard working IMPS WI Rescue Volunteers who serve in many capacities -- fostering, doing home visits and checking shelters. Many of these wonderful volunteers started out by adopting a rescued dog and then became more involved in rescue work.
For all inquiries regarding the WI State Regional Division of IMPS, please email