RedRover News



February 6, 2023

Mentoring a young pet lover: A volunteer’s story

By Caty Franco, Project Manager Virginia “Ginny” Volk-Anderson loves kids, animals, and nature. So, when she first heard of the RedRover Readers program back in 2011, […]
February 6, 2023

Baxter’s Happy Tail

By Savannah Verdon, Development and Engagement Coordinator For Elizabeth’s six children, the family dogs, Baxter and Stella, were simply two more siblings to play with and […]
January 10, 2023

Lucky Luna Lovegood’s Happy Tail

By Savannah Verdon, Development and Engagement Coordinator Bethany had long been involved in the world of animal rescue when she realized the unique problems domestic rabbits […]
January 10, 2023

A Happy Tail for Cheech the Chihuahua

By Savannah Verdon, Development and Engagement Coordinator Nate had already endured a long, difficult year when he turned the calendar to November. The pain of losing […]
December 13, 2022

2022 Year in Review

This year brought records and milestones for RedRover’s programs, and we have you to thank for making our lifesaving efforts such a success in 2022. Check […]
December 12, 2022

Bringing Ruby home: A Hurricane Ian adoption story

By Keleigh Friedrich, Director of Communications When Jamie Carlson deployed last fall to help animals after Hurricane Ian, she couldn’t help but think back to when […]
December 9, 2022

Your friendly neighborhood Bobcat: A Happy Tail

By Savannah Verdon, Development and Engagement Coordinator Bobcat, a cherished community cat, had already lived a long and storied life at 19 years old. But when […]
December 9, 2022

Singing Sweet Pea’s Happy Tail

By Savannah Verdon, Development and Engagement Coordinator  Sweet Pea the dog has the voice of an angel – a smiley, slobbery, wiggly pit bull angel. […]
November 16, 2022

Pilot program for Sacramento’s Native youth

By Caty Franco, Project Manager Earlier this year, RedRover launched a partnership with the Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) to develop and pilot an expanded […]

 
February 7, 2011

Could you be loved?

For the 98 dogs rescued from a puppy mill in Tennessee last Wednesday, the answer is a resounding "yes!" UAN's Emergency Animal Rescue Service (EARS) volunteers reported that the dogs were all exceptionally loving after just a few days in the temporary shelter.

Bob Marley, who had the worst matting of all the rescued dogs, was particularly thrilled to get a bath and haircut. Check out his before and after photos:
 

February 4, 2011

Next in Line for a Clean, Close Shave

February 4, 2011

On the Road to Recovery

Submitted by EARS volunteer Debbie Ferguson of Kildeer, Illinois
February 3, 2011

Ninety-Eight Dogs and One Cat Rescued from Tennessee Puppy Mill

Submitted by EARS volunteer Debbie Ferguson of Kildeer, Illinois

February 3, 2011

Volunteers Travel from Four States to Rescue and Care for Nearly 100 Dogs from Tennessee Puppy Mill

United Animal Nations provides critical temporary sheltering support for rescue mission A little timid at first (February 2, 2011) – United Animal Nations (UAN) has deployed […]