RedRover News



November 5, 2019

Remembering the Camp Fire

November 1, 2019

A Happy Tail for Buddy

October 29, 2019

Halloween Safety for Pets

October 17, 2019

Building Shelter, Rebuilding Lives: Creating pet-friendly spaces for domestic violence survivors

October 9, 2019

Your support gives pets Safe Escape – and their people peace of mind

September 24, 2019

Support for Domestic Violence Shelters: What does it take to become pet-friendly?

September 18, 2019

Bullitt’s Happy Tail

September 13, 2019

Morty’s Happy Tail

August 29, 2019

Meet Mosey: A Happy Tail


 
February 19, 2008

From socialization to relocation

The dogs are truly doing so well these days. Even Nosey, the shyest of them all, is out and walking around, visiting the volunteers and his dog friends, and getting brushed and petted. They have all come so far!

This means that things at Camp Reno are moving rapidly from "socialization" to "relocation." Our kennels are emptying as rescue groups arrive to bring our furry friends to their new living situations -- and one step closer to being adopted into loving, permanent homes.

February 18, 2008

Eddie is in the house!

You may remember that when the team originally went to the ranch in Gabbs on January 23, we were unable to catch one dog. Eddie was running loose and eluded us by staying far away while we were on site. He only came to take shelter in the out-buildings when he saw that we were long gone.

February 18, 2008

Arnie and Tara transferred to Grateful Dogs Rescue!

Arnie and Tara left for the Bay Area yesterday bound for foster homes with Grateful Dogs Rescue of San Francisco. EARS volunteer Caryn Franson will foster Arnie and Donna Fyfe will foster Tara.

February 16, 2008

Allie, Betty and Red are off to southern California!

Fantastic news from Camp Reno! Allie, Betty and Red left Camp Reno a short time ago for Southern California!

Awesome EARS volunteers Lynn and Al Frischmann answered the call this week when we were looking for volunteers to drive three of our Gabbs dogs to Southern California.

February 15, 2008

An extra-special Valentine’s Day

Posted by UAN Program Coordinator Cristina Stoyle

February 14, 2008

Valentines Day at Camp Reno!

Jack Cumbra, training technician for High Sierra Animal Rescue, arrived today to make Wilma and Melinda Sue his Valentines! Having just met Jack, they were both a little shy and unsure of him. Wilma warmed up with a few pieces of fresh chicken and also let him lead her on the leash for a short bit. Melinda Sue will be getting to know him and other staff and volunteers at High Sierra once she settles in at the shelter in Portola.

February 13, 2008

Update on Cutie and more!

Today, we received an update from Janell Matthies, the EARS volunteer who is fostering Cutie, a female black Lab-German shepherd mix for the City of Sacramento Animal Care Services.

February 12, 2008

Moe and Joe transferred to Pet Network today!

This afternoon our very sweat Lab-Dalmatian mixes, Moe and Joe, were transferred to Pet Network of Incline Village, Nevada. When Susan Paul called me yesterday asking about Joe, I mentioned that he had a buddy Moe, who might be his dad. We had hoped they could go to rescue together. "Of course we’ll take both dogs!” Susan said.

February 11, 2008

Big adventures at Camp Reno!

It was a big weekend at Camp Reno with lots of EARS volunteers coming to socialize our very special dogs!