RedRover News



November 19, 2015

You make us proud

November 9, 2015

Students say Thank You for the RedRover Readers program

November 9, 2015

Infographic: Pets are good for you

November 5, 2015

Andy's outdoor adventures

November 3, 2015

It takes a village to help victims and their pets

October 21, 2015

Stop, Drop and Rover: Practice home and fire safety for you and your pet

October 19, 2015

Ernesto's kitten

October 14, 2015

We're helping flood victims in South Carolina

September 21, 2015

‘Surprise’ puppy gets to be a real puppy again!


 
September 19, 2013

UPDATE: RedRover Responders and Colorado flood situation

As the rising flood waters have devastated the town of Boulder, Colorado, and surrounding areas, RedRover Emergency Services Manager Beth Gammie has been reaching out to offer RedRover Responders' support to Colorado animal agencies such as  PetAid Colorado, Humane Society of Boulder, the Larimer Humane Society and other Colorado rescues and shelters.  

September 17, 2013

VIDEO: 367 dogs rescued from dogfighting ring receive some TLC

367 dogs rescued from the second-largest dogfighting ring bust in United States history are getting the TLC they deserve, and our RedRover Responders volunteers will be deploying at the end of the month to assist the ASPCA in their ongoing care. 

Watch this video from Anderson Cooper 360 about their story:

September 16, 2013

Cayley is recovering thanks to you

YOU DID IT!

Thanks to your donations, Cayley, the dog with severe motor oil burns, is receiving the ongoing care she needs. Her burn wounds are healing nicely and she is recovering well in her foster home. 

September 16, 2013

Cayley is recovering thanks to you

YOU DID IT!

Thanks to your donations, Cayley, the dog with severe motor oil burns, is receiving the ongoing care she needs. Her burn wounds are healing nicely and she is recovering well in her foster home. 

September 13, 2013

Big spots, bigger heart

Stacey was surprised when she found a friendly large dog with big brown spots roaming around her neighborhood. With no collar, tags or owner in sight, Stacey begin calling the pup “Petey,” but later realized Petey was a female! To keep her safe and sound, Stacey decided to give the Petey a life of safety and comfort in her own home.

Stacey took Petey to the veterinarian for an exam and learned that Petey was heartworm positive. The treatment would cost hundreds of dollars more than Stacey and her family could afford.

September 13, 2013

Big spots, bigger heart

Stacey was surprised when she found a friendly large dog with big brown spots roaming around her neighborhood. With no collar, tags or owner in sight, Stacey begin calling the pup “Petey,” but later realized Petey was a female! To keep her safe and sound, Stacey decided to give the Petey a life of safety and comfort in her own home.

Stacey took Petey to the veterinarian for an exam and learned that Petey was heartworm positive. The treatment would cost hundreds of dollars more than Stacey and her family could afford.

September 6, 2013

Polly want a cracker…or a couch cushion?

Parrots are known to be incredibly smart and sensitive – and Tarzan, a beautiful female African Grey parrot, is no different. Tarzan was poorly cared for in her previous home and had nearly plucked herself bald due to stress before finally nestling into her forever home with Pamela. With a lot of love, patience and attention, Pamela helped Tarzan get over her plucking and on the road to a happy life.

September 6, 2013

Polly want a cracker…or a couch cushion?

Parrots are known to be incredibly smart and sensitive – and Tarzan, a beautiful female African Grey parrot, is no different. Tarzan was poorly cared for in her previous home and had nearly plucked herself bald due to stress before finally nestling into her forever home with Pamela. With a lot of love, patience and attention, Pamela helped Tarzan get over her plucking and on the road to a happy life.

August 29, 2013

RedRover Relief seeks to help dog who suffers from severe motor oil burns

RedRover has received a RedRover Relief grant application for a dog in Iredell County, North Carolina that had hot motor oil poured over her body and now has severe burns as a result.  Cayley, a wirey mixed-breed dog, was surrendered to the  Iredell County Animal shelter with severe burns from her ears to the base of her tail, where it was discovered that her owner had poured hot motor oil over her skin to try and eradicate a mange problem.