“This is their last night there.”
These were the words of Emergency Services Manager, Beth Gammie, the night before over 180 animals were seized from a suspected puppy mill in Jefferson County, Arkansas. Last week, RedRover assisted the Humane Society of the United States and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office along with various other volunteer groups in the rescue and care of the 121 dogs, 11 exotic birds, 19 chickens, 20 horses and multiple cats, rabbits and turtles that were removed from the Jefferson County property.
Since last week, RedRover has been assisting The Humane Society of the United States to shelter and care for 183 animals who were rescued from a suspected puppy mill in Jefferson County, Arkansas. Watch the video report below from KATV 7:
When Julia went to the gym one day and left her dog, Koal, at home, she never imagined that he could be in any danger. Koal, a 12-year-old pit bull, was a very special dog who helped educate people on ending breed discrimination.
Last week, RedRover Responders volunteers answered a call for help to care for 190 cats, 11 dogs and various livestock at a shelter in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Our team was invited by American Humane Association to provide the loving animal care we’re known for – plus some much-needed elbow grease to clean, disinfect and repair the shelter so it could continue to be a resource for the community’s animals.
When Stacey’s abusive husband began threatening her with violence, she fled with her two children and the family’s two dogs to a local domestic violence shelter.
RedRover is thrilled to announce that we’ve been selected as the benefiting charity for Treat Me Right’s next dog treat!
Treat Me Right, a gourmet dog treat company from Elva, Wisconsin, supports and promotes animal welfare and rescue by donating a portion of the profits from their dog treats sales to animal rescue groups.
Freckles and Willie: A Valentine's Story tells the tale of Willie and his dog Freckles. When a new neighbor moves in who doesn't like dogs, Willie is faced with challenges of friendship and loyalty with people and pets.
5 ways to bring Freckles and Willie: A Valentine's Story to life in your classroom
Billie Bob was just a puppy when RedRover Responders assisted in the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation dog relocation project in the summer of 2013.
This past August, RedRover sent a team of volunteers to South Carolina to help care for more than 100 dogs who had been rescued from a puppy mill. One of the volunteers, Pamela Keefe, became particularly attached to two of the dogs, Marley and Cynthia, and returned to the shelter after they became available to adopt the two Shih Tzus.