RedRover News



September 16, 2021

The best possible ending for Monument Fire pets: Stories from the ground

September 13, 2021

Sheb’s Happy Tail

September 13, 2021

Doing my part: Helping animals impacted by wildfires

September 13, 2021

Huge strides in Safe Housing

September 13, 2021

A Second Chance for China

August 11, 2021

Chewy’s Happy Tail

August 11, 2021

Reunited: How Carrie and Penelope found their way home

August 11, 2021

Three Paws and Three Cheers for Zowie

August 4, 2021

My service dog, my hero: Cinnamon’s Happy Tail


 
June 16, 2018

Pet Summer Safety Outdoor Tips

Summertime means more time outdoors and, hopefully, lots of play time for you and your pets. But beware of common yard and garden substances that can be hazardous to animals who eat them. 

“Many of the plants in our gardens and the products we use to care for them can cause intestinal upset and other medical complications in dogs and cats,” says RedRover President and CEO Nicole Forsyth. “With summer upon us, we’ll be spending more time outdoors and must make sure our pets don’t eat these dangerous and potentially lethal substances.”

September 13, 2017

All in-person RedRover Responders workshops are currently on hold. Want to wait for a workshop in your area? Sign up for the interest list!

August 22, 2017

You helped Hankie the Christmas Pooch

Hank was just eight weeks old when he joined Jessica's family - and this "mama's boy" has been adored ever since. 

"Hank is our beloved family member," Jessica told us. Since they had adopted him just before Christmas, he soon became known as "Hankie the Christmas Pooch."

August 15, 2017

VIDEO: Sweet thank you from Sage and Bert

Sage and Bert, RedRover Relief Urgent Care grant recipients, share their appreciation - in words and meows

Bert is home after a successful procedure made possible in part by RedRover. I cannot thank you enough for not only the financial assistance that helped afford Bert's operation, but also for all the work and effort the staff, volunteers, and supporters of RedRover do.

August 11, 2017

My day at the Wall Fire Emergency Animal Shelter

By Nicole Forsyth, RedRover President and CEO

August 9, 2017

Key Nutrients That Help Your Dog Live A Healthier Life

By Jeffery Roberts, guest blogger

The food that you feed your dog is one of the primary means available to you to provide a positive impact on your dog’s health. While genetics, environment, exercise and other lifestyle factors affect your pet’s health, nutrition is perhaps the single most important consideration to help your dog be at his or her healthiest.

July 19, 2017

Humanely Managing Cat Overpopulation Sites

This manual provides guidance on how to humanely solve cat overpopulation sites by bringing all affected parties together to develop a plan to reduce overpopulation through a combination of TNR and placement. It includes strategies, operations guidance, useful forms and other resources.

July 12, 2017

My #RedRoverMoment: Braving floods for creatures great and small

By Mindy Nelson, RedRover Responders volunteer

I did the RedRover Responders training in Illinois in 1994, and very shortly afterwards the flood hit in Liberty, Texas. Oddly enough, I had a plane ticket to Texas because I was going on a long weekend vacation - but instead of going on vacation, I deployed to the disaster. The memories are as vivid as ever:

July 10, 2017

Disaster resources for California and B.C. wildfires

View and share our Fire Safety Tips for Pets

RedRover Responders volunteers are being deployed to provide emergency sheltering for animals displaced by the fires in Northern California. Here is a list of currently available emergency animal shelters and resources in both California and Canada.