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It is with heavy hearts that ARF announces the passing of another of our resident dogs. Chaz was a senior chow mix that was either dumped at ARF or was just a stray but we discovered him running up and down Riggin Road - almost being hit numerous times by cars. Super volunteer Leisha Sigler parked the ARF van across the road in order to catch Chaz and also stopped traffic from running him over. Once he was wrangled and taken to the vet, it was discovered Chaz had a skin condition and was ...

It is with heavy hearts that ARF announces the passing of another of our resident dogs. Chaz was a senior chow mix that was either dumped at ARF or was just a stray but we discovered him running up and down Riggin Road - almost being hit numerous times by cars. Super volunteer Leisha Sigler parked the ARF van across the road in order to catch Chaz and also stopped traffic from running him over. Once he was wrangled and taken to the vet, it was discovered Chaz had a skin condition and was ...

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of lifetime Catty Shack resident Zorro. Zorro came to ARF 9 years ago with his mom and littermates. They were only a few days old and born in a euthanizing shelter. ARF was their only hope. Mom and the rest of the litter thrived at ARF and were all soon adopted - but not poor Zorro. He had been the runt and sickly. The first year of his life he had upper respiratory twice, ghiardia, and a skin infection. At a city shelter, Zorro would have…

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of lifetime Catty Shack resident Zorro. Zorro came to ARF 9 years ago with his mom and littermates. They were only a few days old and born in a euthanizing shelter. ARF was their only hope. Mom and the rest of the litter thrived at ARF and were all soon adopted - but not poor Zorro. He had been the runt and sickly. The first year of his life he had upper respiratory twice, ghiardia, and a skin infection. At a city shelter, Zorro would have…

t is with extremely heavy hearts that we tell you of the passing of Mavis. Mavis arrived at ARF two weeks ago as a very pregnant stray. She was a small girl and we believe this was her first litter. Mavis is also a reminder why all pets should be spayed or neutered. She was simply too small and too young to be a mother. We grieve the loss of sweet Mavis and her babies but are grateful we were able to love and care for her the short time she was at ARF.

t is with extremely heavy hearts that we tell you of the passing of Mavis. Mavis arrived at ARF two weeks ago as a very pregnant stray. She was a small girl and we believe this was her first litter. Mavis is also a reminder why all pets should be spayed or neutered. She was simply too small and too young to be a mother. We grieve the loss of sweet Mavis and her babies but are grateful we were able to love and care for her the short time she was at ARF.

Dogs for A Cause Event Penelope was helping out

Dogs for A Cause Event Penelope was helping out

Sweet Barbie passed over the Rainbow Bridge today. She was dumped at ARF last summer as a small kitten with her brother, Ken. They were both very sick and covered with fleas. Ken made a full recovery but Barbie was never 100% healthy despite all of the love and attention staff and volunteers gave her. She had chronic loose stools for which she was treated constantly and a recurring upper respiratory. Barbie's little body just could not battle all of her health issues. We love you, Barbie…

Sweet Barbie passed over the Rainbow Bridge today. She was dumped at ARF last summer as a small kitten with her brother, Ken. They were both very sick and covered with fleas. Ken made a full recovery but Barbie was never 100% healthy despite all of the love and attention staff and volunteers gave her. She had chronic loose stools for which she was treated constantly and a recurring upper respiratory. Barbie's little body just could not battle all of her health issues. We love you, Barbie…

We are saddened by the passing of a beloved ARF resident. Henry was a senior beagle who had been found as a stray when he arrived at  ARF & the staff decided that Henry should spend these last precious months in Catty Shack where he could receive much needed & deserved attention. Today, his frail body gave out. He is now over the Rainbow Bridge, running and playing like a puppy.

We are saddened by the passing of a beloved ARF resident. Henry was a senior beagle who had been found as a stray when he arrived at ARF & the staff decided that Henry should spend these last precious months in Catty Shack where he could receive much needed & deserved attention. Today, his frail body gave out. He is now over the Rainbow Bridge, running and playing like a puppy.

Today, ARF received a phone call concerning an old dog that had been seen laying in the middle of a country road shivering. The caller said she had observed this dog laying either in the middle or on the side of the road for over a week. ARF staff drove WAY out on the country and found Drifter. He was creeping down the side of the road. After some persuasion (wet food) Drifter got in the back of the ARF van. He is now safe from traffic and wild animals - where he will be dry, warm, have a…

Today, ARF received a phone call concerning an old dog that had been seen laying in the middle of a country road shivering. The caller said she had observed this dog laying either in the middle or on the side of the road for over a week. ARF staff drove WAY out on the country and found Drifter. He was creeping down the side of the road. After some persuasion (wet food) Drifter got in the back of the ARF van. He is now safe from traffic and wild animals - where he will be dry, warm, have a…

This has been a hard couple of weeks at ARF. We lost Levi as you know, and sadly we lost Bertha as well. Bertha was one that came in because her elderly owner went to a nursing home. She came to us when she was roughly 14 years old, but she tested positive for heartworm disease. With her age and the fact that her heartworms were advanced to the the point that treating them would likely kill her, we opted just to let her live out her days with us in the catty shack as she didn't much care for…

This has been a hard couple of weeks at ARF. We lost Levi as you know, and sadly we lost Bertha as well. Bertha was one that came in because her elderly owner went to a nursing home. She came to us when she was roughly 14 years old, but she tested positive for heartworm disease. With her age and the fact that her heartworms were advanced to the the point that treating them would likely kill her, we opted just to let her live out her days with us in the catty shack as she didn't much care for…

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