RedRover News



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December 8, 2021

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February 1, 2008

Residents of Camp Reno receive "TTouch" therapy!

Melissa Hardy, Reno resident and TTouch Practitioner of 15 years began volunteering at Camp Reno yesterday, using her skills to help the residents to feel better and become more social.

January 31, 2008

Maggie: A success story

We continue to get good reports on the dogs from Shannon Asquith, director of field services, and the EARS volunteer team. Perhaps one of the best success stories they've shared so far is about Maggie.

January 29, 2008

PetSmart Reno donates dog beds to “Camp Reno"

Thanks to the wonderful generosity of PetSmart Reno and General Manager Byron Thompson, the dogs of “Camp Reno” all have brand new beds!

January 27, 2008

Greetings from “Camp Reno!"

EARS volunteers awoke this morning to five inches of fresh snow, with more still falling! Although all of the current EARS volunteers are from the Sacramento, California area and not used to driving in snow, we all made it safely to the shelter. Thank goodness for four-wheel drive!

January 26, 2008

Settling in at "Camp Reno"

"Camp Reno," as it was named by local EARS volunteers Scott Carson, was a busy place yesterday!

January 24, 2008

The Gabbs dogs have arrived in Reno!

Posted by Shannon Asquith, UAN Director of Field Services, who is on site in

January 23, 2008

We are off to help the dogs from the desert!

Can you imagine living in the desert, with nothing but a makeshift hay hut for shelter? Subject to intense heat and biting cold, without proper food and clean water?