RedRover volunteers are traveling now to care for more than 350 dogs and puppies rescued from a puppy mill in Cherokee County, Georgia. Read more

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SPRING 2014  
 

Contents

  • How to help a rescued puppy mill dog adjust - by Victoria Stilwell
  • From crisis to care: investigating animal cruelty
  • Could a classified ad cover up a puppy mill?
  • Safe and sound, thanks to you
  • Recognizing excellence for animals
  • RedRover Readers participates in new research program

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WINTER 2014 (pdf, 1.73 mb)  

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FALL 2013 (pdf, 2.75 mb)  

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  • RedRover Relief gives kitten second chance
  • Is your cat getting enough water? [click for Nicole's recipe]
  • Volunteer helps kids relate to animals through RedRover Readers [click for the full interview]
  • "Cool Crew" member launches lifesaving campaign [click to read Paola's story]
  • Celebrating our RedRover Responders volunteers
  • Make your vote count for RedRover Board of Directors
  • New website to help domestic violence victims
  • Help animals while having fun
SUMMER 2013 / 2012 ANNUAL REPORT (pdf, 2.65 mb)  

Contents

  • Special 2012 Annual Report edition
  • Caring for a community in need
  • Shelter after the storm
  • Lucky lives up to his name
  • Foundation makes generous gift to RedRover
  • You can help pets of domestic violence victims
  • Teachers and students speak to success of RedRover Readers
  • Communities nationwide spread the My Dog Is Cool message
  • RedRover honored as 2013 top-rated nonprofit
SPRING 2013 (pdf, 4.9 mb)  

Contents

  • Are you prepared? Take the disaster kit challenge
  • An ounce of prevention
  • RedRover Responders volunteers walk on the wild side
  • How the RedRover Readers program benefits students and the classroom
  • Domestic violence nonprofit begins sheltering animals
  • RedRover present inaugural "Outstanding Veterinary Clinic Award"
WINTER 2013 (pdf, 1.9 mb)  

Contents

  • RedRover receives Build-A-Bear grant
  • 2013 Annual Meeting announcement
  • Save lives on My Dog is Cool Action Day
  • Responding to Superstorm Sandy
  • Teacher says RedRover Readers program educates and empowers youth
  • Helping domestic violence shelters become pet-friendly
  • 2012 Safe Housing grant recipients
  • Kitten receives lifeline from On-Call Angel
FALL 2012 (pdf, 3.3 mb)  

Contents

  • Candidates for the RedRover Board of Directors
  • Five holiday gift ideas for animal lovers
  • Safe escape: Grant program helps people and pets escape abusive situations
  • "How Does Your Pet Smile?" photo contest saves 47 animals
  • Where in the world did RedRover celebrate its 25th anniversary?
  • Meet some RedRover volunteers
  • Happy endings for Chihuahuas and Shar-Peis
SUMMER 2012 / 2011 ANNUAL REPORT (pdf, 2.7 mb)  

Contents

  • Special 2011 Annual Report edition
  • Caring for animal victims of disasters, cruelty and neglect
  • Keeping a promise to 66 rescued dogs and puppies
  • Helping to care for animals in life-threatening situations through financial assistance
  • Encouraging people to watch for and report animal abuse and neglect
  • Helping children explore the bond between people and animals
  • Rallying the online community for RedRover Readers
  • Happy ending for Riley
SPRING 2012 (pdf, 2.5 mb)  

Contents

  • Keep your dogs smiling
  • Animal smile photo contest
  • Saving 700: The cats of Caboodle Ranch
  • Volunteer spotlight: Marcia Goodman
  • Get caught reading
  • Best friends forever: No pedigree needed
  • Help arrived just in time for Texas mare
WINTER 2012 (pdf, 2.8 mb)  

Contents

  • RedRover celebrates 25 years!
  • Renew your commitment to the animals today
  • Giving hope during hard times
  • Inspiring future leaders for the animals
  • Help! My dog trainer abused my puppy!
  • A Happy Ending for Panda
FALL 2011 (pdf, 3.5 mb)  

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  • Give RedRover, help RedRover, p 1
  • Placer County Veteran Stand Down, p 1
  • The great Virginia City cat rescue, p 2
  • Volunteer spotlight: Jennifer Rose, p 2
  • My first RedRover Readers adventure, p 4
  • My Dog is Cool, p 4
  • RedRover helps abuse victims and pets escape to safety, p 5
  • Family cat survives against all odds, back page
    Read the full letter from Walby's family
SUMMER 2011 (pdf, 2.5 mb)  

Table of Contents

  • UAN is now RedRover, p 2
  • New lives for 700 cats, p 4
  • Volunteers rally to help human and animal disaster victims, p 6
  • LifeLine saves lives, p 8
  • A teacher talks about humane education, p 10
  • Dogs rescued from hoarding cases find happines with adoptive families, p 12
  • Good Samaritan helps dog cheat death, back page 
SPRING 2011 (pdf, 4 mb)  

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  • UAN is evolving, p 2
  • Animal Planet star shares UAN's vision, p 3
  • UAN issues annual rewards, p 4
  • Have a humane conversation at home, p 5
  • Mending broken hearts and bones, p 6
  • LifeLine saves lives, p 8
  • Volunteers help hoarding victims in two states, p 10
  • Rescued Tennessee puppy mill dogs show capacity for love and forgiveness, p 12
  • Hormone therapy still risky for woman, harmful to horses, p 13
WINTER 2011 (pdf, 3 mb)  

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  • Tragic shooting highlights link between animal abuse and violence, p 2
  • Dogs liberated from Indiana puppy mill, p 4
  • Remembering 84 rescued horses, p 5
  • UAN volunteers assist in rescue of 1,000 domestic rats, p 6
  • LifeLine saves lives, p 8
  • Interview with children's book illustrator Joe Hyatt, p 11
  • Good health and disease prevention begin with pet's food, p 12
  • Top five animal stories of 2010, p 13
FALL 2010 (pdf, 4mb)  

Table of Contents

  • Read the reviews: UAN is a great nonprofit, p 2
  • Rescued dog is a pet owner's dream come true, p 3
  • Sky is the limit for rescued cats and dogs, p 4
  • Best friends forever: LifeLine Grants help in veterinary emergencies, p 6
  • LifeLine saves lives, p 8 
  • HEAR program spreads into more classrooms, p 10 
  • EARS volunteer helps wildlife affected by oil spill,  p 12
  • The 12 days of kindness, p 13
SUMMER 2010 (pdf, 3 mb)  

Table of Contents

  • UAN issues annual awards, p 2
  • Animal shelters ideal setting for HEAR program, p 3
  • Puppy mill dogs find homes, happiness, p 5
  • Puppy mill rescue has lasting effect on dogs, volunteers, p 6
  • EARS volunteers bring horses out of crisis and into care, p 8 
  • LifeLine saves lives, p 10
  • LifeLine Grants help in domestic violence cases,  p 12
  • Kids, enter our "Thank You, Gunny" Contest, p 13 
SPRING 2010 (pdf, 3 mb)  

Table of Contents

  • 2009 in review, p 2
  • Turning up the heat on dog safety, p 3
  • HEAR program expands to Texas and Illinois, p 4
  • UAN joins international relief effort in Haiti, p 6
  • Adopters help once-neglected horses heal, p 8 
  • LifeLine saves lives, p 10
  • Dogs rescued from squalor in Mississippi,  p 12
  • Test your disaster preparedness IQ, p 13 
WINTER 2010 (pdf, 3 mb)  

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  • PMURescue.org places 3,000 horses in six years, p 2
  • Dogs in Quebec and Arkansas saved from neglect, p 3
  • An inside look at a HEAR visit, p 4
  • 84 starving horses gain will to live thanks to EARS, p 6
  • EARS volunteers give heart and soul to animals, p 8 
  • LifeLine saves lives, p 10
  • Simple New Year's resolutions can help animals, p 12
  • Animal cruelty seizures inspire stronger laws, p 13 
FALL 2009 (pdf, 3 mb)  

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  • Wine sales benefit the animals,  p 2
  • Mileage donation program takes off,  p 2
  • HEAR program has people listening, p 3
  • LifeLine Grants give pet owners hope, p 6
  • EARS responds to four puppy mill seizures in two months, p 8 
  • EARS volunteers shelter dogs from massive dogfighting raid, p 10
  • Holiday gift ideas for animal people, p 13
SUMMER 2009 (pdf, 2 mb)  

Table of Contents

  • UAN by the numbers in 2008, p 2
  • UAN presents annual awards to longtime EARS volunteer and young animal advocate, p 3
  • Professional educator shares enthusiasm for HEAR program, p 4
  • "Cool Dog" ambassadors spread the word about dangers of hot cars, p 5
  • Mares from hormone drug industry find greener pastures, p 6
  • LifeLine saves lives, p 8
  • Freedom for 400 puppy mill dogs, p 10
  • Behind the lines at the Jesusita Fire, p 12
  • Once neglected, lovable lug finds love, p 14
SPRING 2009 (pdf, 1 mb)  

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  • Cool new program protects dogs in heat of summer, p 2
  • HEAR come more books: Summer reading ideas for kids, p 4
  • EARS volunteers provide safe haven for rescued puppy mill dogs, p 6
  • LifeLine saves lives, p 8
  • Get ready for disaster season, p 11
  • The Herd: Summer safety tips, p 12
  • Q&A with children's illustrator Betsy Lewin, p 13
  • EARS volunteers help victims of North Dakota flooding, p 14
WINTER 2009 (pdf 1 MB)  

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  • Premarin Awareness Campaign videos available, p 2
  • EARS volunteers help puppy mill dogs in Quebec, p 3
  • HEAR program inspires adults to take action for animals, p 5
  • Pet owners face hard decisions in poor economy, p 6
  • LifeLine saves lives, p 8
  • Reward given in horse killing case, p 10
  • Kudos and Katcalls, p 11
  • The Herd: Pet care tips from UAN board member Armaiti May, DVM, p 12
  • Q&A with children's author Susan Boase, p 13