RedRover News



February 5, 2014

Treat Me Right partnership supports RedRover's animal programs

RedRover is thrilled to announce that we’ve been selected as the benefiting charity for Treat Me Right’s next dog treat!

Treat Me Right, a gourmet dog treat company from Elva, Wisconsin, supports and promotes animal welfare and rescue by donating a portion of the profits from their dog treats sales to animal rescue groups.

February 5, 2014

Safe Escape grant provides peace of mind for family fleeing abuse

When Stacey’s abusive husband began threatening her with violence, she fled with her two children and the family’s two dogs to a local domestic violence shelter.

January 31, 2014

Freckles and Willie: A Valentine's Day story to share with students

Freckles and Willie: A Valentine's Story tells the tale of Willie and his dog Freckles. When a new neighbor moves in who doesn't like dogs, Willie is faced with challenges of friendship and loyalty with people and pets.

5 ways to bring Freckles and Willie: A Valentine's Story to life in your classroom

January 27, 2014

Beth shares insight on transportation and Mohave County Dog Rescue

The hundred-plus dogs from the Olympic Animal Sanctuary had a long, long road to rescue.  When they made it to their new location, RedRover Responders volunteers were there to provide emergency sheltering for these special dogs.

January 27, 2014

Volunteer finds place in home and heart for two rescued dogs

This past August, RedRover sent a team of volunteers to South Carolina to help care for more than 100 dogs who had been rescued from a puppy mill. One of the volunteers, Pamela Keefe, became particularly attached to two of the dogs, Marley and Cynthia, and returned to the shelter after they became available to adopt the two Shih Tzus.

January 27, 2014

Pine Ridge Indian Reservation dog finds his new family

Billie Bob was just a puppy when RedRover Responders assisted in the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation dog relocation project in the summer of 2013.

January 13, 2014

"Nothing short of a miracle"

A military family from Georgia wrote to RedRover recently and needed our help. Their little three-year-old Shih Tzu, Ginger, had a massive bladder stone and the family couldn’t afford to pay for her surgery. “We are a military family and recently lost our home,”  Elizabeth, mother of three, told us. “We are in the process of getting back on our feet but cannot afford an expensive surgery for Ginger.”

January 13, 2014

"Nothing short of a miracle"

A military family from Georgia wrote to RedRover recently and needed our help. Their little three-year-old Shih Tzu, Ginger, had a massive bladder stone and the family couldn’t afford to pay for her surgery. “We are a military family and recently lost our home,”  Elizabeth, mother of three, told us. “We are in the process of getting back on our feet but cannot afford an expensive surgery for Ginger.”

January 8, 2014

"I am so thrilled to be involved with RedRover Readers!"

RedRover recently received this glowing testimonial from Susan Courtney, a RedRover Readers-trained elementary school teacher, after using the RedRover Readers curriculum in her classroom. (Susan is the same teacher who gave us this feedback right after attending the RedRover Readers Teacher Training.)

Hi Karly!


 
September 1, 2010

EARS volunteers return to Eastern Montana

United Animal Nations (UAN) is leading operations to shelter nearly 100 dogs removed from an overrun property in Wibaux, Montana this morning. UAN volunteers joined the Wibaux County Sheriff’s Department and The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) to remove the animals after neighbors raised concerns over the unsanitary living conditions and substandard care of the dogs.

Please read more about this response in our press release.

July 19, 2010

Breaking down and tearing up

Submitted by EARS volunteer Kim Diloreto of Neenah, Wisconsin

On Wednesday, July 14, the news came that the animals removed from the shelter in Baker, Montana, had been surrendered and could be moved to out-of-state shelters where they would have a chance to find forever homes.

July 15, 2010

Happy (re)birthday, Sugar!

Submitted by EARS volunteer Kim Diloreto of Neenah, Wisconsin

July 13, 2010

A red-letter day for animals in Montana

Submitted by EARS volunteer Kim Diloreto of Neenah, Wisconsin 

For 62 dogs and 25 cats from the Eastern Montana Humane Society, today was a red letter day (or should I say red shirt day).

July 13, 2010

Mission accomplished!

July 9, 2010

Teaming up to help animals in Southern California

Submitted by EARS volunteer Heidi Ziegler of Los Angeles, California

Unlike natural disasters, in seizure cases, there is typically more time to plan and set up the shelter. On Wednesday and Thursday, July 7 and 8, volunteers with United Animal Nations' Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS) arrived in Kern County, California from points north and south to do just that.

July 2, 2010

An amazing journey

Submitted by UAN Emergency Services Manager Janell Matthies

June 22, 2010

Thanks, EARS volunteers!

June 16, 2010

The horses are going home!