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RedRover Videos

RedRover Readers testimonial

Hear what a RedRover Readers workshop participant has to say about the program.

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Virginia City, Nevada Thanks RedRover

In October 2011, RedRover Responders deployed to Virginia City, Nevada to care for 26 cats who were abandoned after their owner unexpectedly passed away. Listen to some words of thanks from a Virginia City resident.

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2011 RedRover Successes Slideshow

Meet some of the many animals and people changed through RedRover's successes in 2011.

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Is your dog cool?

Find out what happens to a chocolate lab left in a car on a warm day.

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UAN has a new name: RedRover

RedRover, formerly United Animal Nations, brings animals out of crisis and strengthens the bond between people and animals. As a pivotal animal organization on the national stage, RedRover strengthens the emotional bond between people and pets through generous donors and active volunteers who protect, shelter and reunite suffering animals with the loving embrace of people who care.

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LifeLine Grants give pet owners hope (2010)

Through the RedRover Relief (formerly LifeLine) Grant program, RedRover, formerly United Animal Nations (UAN), provides financial assistance to people who cannot afford urgent vet care for their pets or for neglected animals they have rescued from the streets.

In this economy, with so many people losing their jobs and their homes, demand for RedRover's Grants is greater than ever before. The number of grant applications RedRover received in 2010 has doubled since 2007 and tripled since 2005.

RedRover issued grants to more than 500 animals in 2010, but we had to turn away thousands more due to lack of resources. The economy is taking its toll -- donations to RedRover are down, but the number of people needing our assistance is way up.

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Animal Relief Coalition for Haiti 2010

In the aftermath of one of the deadliest disasters in modern times, animal welfare organizations formed the Animal Relief Coalition for Haiti (ARCH) so that we could work together to bring aid to as many animals, and in as short a time, as possible. The coalition provided immediate first aid to injured and sick animals following the earthquake and signed a 1.1M dollar Agreement with the Haitian government to restore the country's veterinary capacity and tackle animal/human health concerns. In the first six months of the project, more than 25,000 animals have been treated and vaccinated.

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Tennessee Horse Rescue 2009

On November 24, 2009,  RedRover, formerly United Animal Nations (UAN),  deployed volunteers with its RedRover Responders (formerly Emergency Animal Rescue Service/EARS) to care for 84 starving and neglected horses rescued from a Cannon County property. The horses were seized by the Cannon County Sheriffs Department due to signs of neglect and poor health. Many of them were near death and wouldn't have lived another day. Distinguished by their red shirts, RedRover Responders volunteers are specially trained to care for animals at temporary shelters after they have been rescued from cruelty and neglect situations or displaced by natural disasters.

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Texas Puppy Mill Rescue 2009

Most of the dogs sold in pet stores and over the Internet come from puppy mills -- mass breeding operations where hundreds of dogs are kept in overcrowded and often unsanitary conditions without proper veterinary care, food, water or human interaction.

Watch this video to find out how miserable life is for a puppy mill dog.

For two weeks in August 2009,  RedRover, formerly United Animal Nations (UAN),  deployed 34 volunteers with its RedRover Responders (formerly Emergency Animal Rescue Service/EARS) to remove approximately 550 dogs from a puppy mill and care for them at a temporary shelter.

The dogs were found living in filthy conditions and exposed to harsh elements year round. Many were severely matted and suffering from chronic infected wounds, internal and external parasites, and serious skin and eye infections. It was obvious that many of these animals had never known life outside their wire cages.

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Premarin: The Bitter Truth

Premarin, the most popular hormone drug for treating menopausal symptoms, is made from the urine of pregnant horses. Even worse, the horses used in or born as a result of this industry are often at risk of being sold for slaughter. Find out more about the bitter truth behind drugs like Premarin, and what can do to help the horses.

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