Wish Bone Canine Rescue is now operating out of a building at 1303 Morrissey Dr. in Bloomington.
Before June, it ran its business out of several different locations across the Twin Cities, including someone's home and a veterinarian's office.
But the demand for its services grew so much it needed everything under one roof.
"With the economy the way it is, we didn't want to go into debt. So we waited until we had a little cushion so we could afford the building before we spent the money," said Wish Bone founder Lisa Kitchens.
The new location has room for surgery, adoption services, training events and fundraisers.
Kitchens is also now working full-time for Wish Bone as its only paid worker.
"We needed someone obviously to be here and help if dogs are sick and things like that. So it just enables us to do so much more and people have a place to come get help," she said.
The new location is already having an impact, too.
Wish Bone did nearly 70 adoptions last month and is on track to do at least 600 this year.
And as always, it's looking for foster parents for rescued dogs. Click here to learn more.