RedRover News

June 16, 2021

Sammy’s New Leash on Life

June 16, 2021

Collaborating for Good

May 14, 2021

Five Animal-Themed Books to Celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month

May 14, 2021

Leading with Empathy: Behind the Scenes with Katie

May 10, 2021

All Smiles for Leo

May 10, 2021

Harley’s Happy Tail

May 4, 2021

On the ground with Nicole: Building Safe Housing in New Hampshire

April 15, 2021

A Safe Escape for Lisa and Cooper

April 13, 2021

Pirate’s Happy Tail

July 23, 2009

The happiest, sweetest, goofiest dog we’ve ever met

Submitted by Janell Matthies, UAN Emergency Services Manager

July 21, 2009

Caring: What we do best

On Sunday, July 19, a team of UAN's trained Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS) volunteers began caring for more than 400 dogs, cats, ducks, chickens, swans and geese seized from a hoarding situation in Hawaii. EARS volunteers helped set up a temporary shelter for the animals and will care for them until they can be transferred to rescue groups and shelters for adoption.

July 20, 2009

Chain links and zip ties

Submitted by Janell Matthies, UAN Emergency Services Manager

Even though we are here in Hawaii, you would never guess that people were lounging by a pool or having fun in the ocean. About 30 volunteers from EARS and other groups swarmed into the warehouse yesterday to help set up our temporary emergency shelter. The volunteers, some even from the mainland, have been sweating all day creating kennel after kennel out of chain-link fencing and zipties.

July 20, 2009

Happy ending for Texas puppy mill dogs

Submitted by EARS Field Leader Norma Rodriguez of Bellflower, California

As a first-time Field Leader I apologize for not creating a daily blog. My pitiful excuse is that by the time we returned to the hotel, had a shower and some dinner, it was 11 p.m. By then I was too physically and emotionally wrung out to string two words together.

July 16, 2009

Part of the EARS team in Texas

It's hard to get any EARS volunteer to stand still for a minute, let alone to get a group of them to stand still for a minute all at the same time!

EARS volunteer Mike Brodersen managed to do just that, and we're glad he did. He snapped this rare group photo at the end of the day, before anyone had a chance to shower or clean up. Despite their exhaustion and the oppressive heat, the volunteers still feel like saying that they're number one!

July 12, 2009

An amazing team effort

A team of UAN's Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS) volunteers is currently in Missouri caring for approximately 400 dogs seized in a multi-state dogfighting raid on July 8. It was the largest dogfighting raid in U.S. history. The case is highly confidential, so we are unable to post photos and share much information about the animals. But please real below for some insight from the UAN staff and volunteers in the field. We will continue to post updates as we are able.

July 10, 2009

The dust is starting to settle

Submitted by EARS Roxanne Quinlan of Austin, Texas

July 9, 2009

Puppy mill: Closed until further notice

Submitted by EARS Field Leader Andy Bass of Pompano Beach, Florida

July 9, 2009

Finally, love and kindness

Submitted by EARS Field Leader Andy Bass of Pompano Beach, Florida