Animal Rescue Team

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Animal Rescue Team
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"What is a man without the beasts?
If all the beasts were gone, man would die of a great lonlieness of the spirit.
For whatever happens to the beasts soon happens to man."



-Chief Seattle, 1854
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Animal Rescue Team is entirely commited to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, orpahned abused and neglected animals and wildlife. Your gift allows us to better serve the community and to provide medical care for animals in need.
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All A.R.T. Inc. rescues are treated by Dr. Sheri Macveigh D.V.M. and Dr. Leticia Obledo D.V.M. of Solvang Veterinary Hospital. 2025 Mission Drive, Solvang, CA 93463. (805) 688-6484.

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"We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give."

-Winston Churchill


A.R.T. Links

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kinshipcircle.org

dogsindanger.com

resqcats.org

allforanimals.com

pet-abuse.com

solvangveterinaryhospital.com

returntofreedom.com

ifaw.org

bigcatrescue.org

worldwildlife.org

wspa-international.org

defenders.org

sbwcn.org

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E-mail: info@AnimalRescueTeam.net
Telephone: (805) 896-1859


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Wild Horses Montana ~ Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Refuge


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In September, 1968, Secretary of State Stewart Udall announced the creation of the Wild Horse Refuge in the Pryor mountains. Through the diligent efforts of the Lovell, Wyoming Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Association, and many other concerned citizens, this area was set aside to help preserve the unique breed of American mustang found here. Spotted by Native Americans long before the arrival of European settlers, wild horses can still be seen by visitors.
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A group of wild stallions might be a stubborn bunch, but no moreso than a lone wild stallion protecting his harem of mares.
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See all National Geographic Videos:
http://video.nationalgeographic.com/?...
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Rolling Dog Ranch Animal Sanctuary ~ Montana

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The Rolling Dog Ranch Animal Sanctuary in Montana rescues and shelters disabled animals. Every animal who arrives at the sanctuary gets another chance to have a safe and loving home.
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The Animal Sanctuary depends entirely on private funding from compassionate people who want to support a safe haven like this. To see how your donations help the animals, please visit our stats page.
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Our residents include blind dogs, blind horses, deaf dogs, blind cats, and animals with other neurological and orthopedic disabilities.

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Although these animals may have disabilities, they do not consider themselves handicapped. They just want to get on with life and enjoy themselves.

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Thanks to the support of the sanctuary's friends, that's what they get to do here.
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The sanctuary is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit charitable organization that is supported entirely by private contributions. All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

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There are three ways you can make a donation:

You can contribute online using your credit card. Please
click here to access our secure online donations page.

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You can also call us directly at 406-793-6000 to process your credit card donation over the phone.

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You can mail a check to:
400 Rolling Dog Ranch Lane
Ovando, Montana, 59854

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Animal Rescue Inc. A Sanctuary for Life

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Pet of the Week

"Muffin"

Look at that face!Age: 5 yrs
Hello I'm Muffin!

I was just sprung from a puppymill. This is nice not being in a small cage. I kinda like it here but I am sure from what they tell me about a "real" home, I will like it there even better. I am 5 yrs old and have had umpteen puppies. (yeah, that is the life of a puppymill girl). I would love for someone to dote their time and love on me. Please come meet me!!!






A forever home for the homeless

Animal Rescue Inc.
2 Heritage Farm Drive
New Freedom, PA 17349


Visit our website: www.AnimalRescueInc.org
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717-993-3232


Animal Rescue was founded in 1976, by Grace Froelich as a result of being given the alternative to either give up her beloved cat or face eviction. Grace's philosophy is that an animal is a companion pet that is a member of the family, and deserves the same respect and considerations.

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So, faced with that decision, Grace went to look for a new home, one where she would not have to make a choice to give up her pet. She bought a place, now affectionately nicknamed the "farm".
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After she bought her new home, the strays started showing up. A dog here, a cat there. She would feed them and let them stay.
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She felt strongly that they should never be homeless again. She eventually moved to adopting out some of them if she knew a good home looking for a new pet. And that is how it started.
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Animal Rescue, Inc is set up to a forever home for the homeless. Grace stands by her initial mission that they will never be homeless again. There will always be a home at the farm for them. Hopefully, they will find a conventional home to be a part of a loving family but if they never find a home, they can live as part of the Animal Rescue family.
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Animal Rescue is dedicated to these animals that are waiting for a home or never find a home.
Animal Rescue, Inc. consists of two locations: A cattery in the Putty Hill area of Baltimore MD, and a 33 acre farm located in PA at the MD border just off route I-83.
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At any one time we have approximately one hundred dogs and several hundred cats between our locations; most of which are available for adoption. Animal Rescue services the greater Baltimore MD - York PA area.

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Animal Rescue is a "shelter for life" for stray and abandoned animals.

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Animal Rescue, Inc. does not normally accept personally owned, unwanted pets. Most of our residents are rescued strays.







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Public Safety,Dogs,Cats,Companion Animals,and Pets. Beware of the Trap

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P.O. Box 1089
Florence, MT 59833
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Footloose Montana provides information about the threat of trapping to public safety on public lands, and its impact on natural resources.

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Every year, thousands of steel-jawed leghold traps, body-crushing Conibear traps and throat-choking snares are legally set on Montana’s public lands—all year long. Hundreds of pets, endangered species and other non-target animals are injured or killed in traps.

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After hearing too many stories about dogs being horribly injured or killed by legal traps on public lands, in the winter of 2007 a group of Montanans who enjoy hiking, fishing, hunting, skiing, boating and recreating on Montana’s public lands and waterways gathered to discuss how we could help keep those lands safe for people and their pets. Contact Us >>
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P.O. Box 1089
Florence, MT 59833
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Whitefish Montana dog park

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Hugh Rogers Wag Park
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Whitefish Montana
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Brought to you by Whitefish Animal Group


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This Dog Park is the northwest part of Armory Park, behind the skateboard park.
It’s free and open to all dogs in the Flathead Valley and their owners. Bring current rabies vaccinations and a license, which is a city requirement for dogs to play within the park.

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The proposed area, which includes an existing pond, will be completely fenced , with access gates, bag dispensers, waste disposal receptacles, accessible pathways, benches, and two-part drinking fountain for dogs and their human companions. The plan also includes temporary fencing within the circumference of the enclosed Dog Park, designed to separate a larger portion for active, well-socialized dogs from a smaller section for small, less-active or shy animals. This feature will also allow field restoration and maintenance.

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How You Can Help

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The Whitefish Animal Group would greatly appreciate any help that you can give.
Donations of both time and money are needed and would be very much appreciated.

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Remember, a donation made to the
Whitefish Animal Group is tax deductible.

Thank you for your support.

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If you would like to donate using a check or money order,
please make your payment payable to:

W.A.G. Inc
PO Box 1690
Whitefish, Montana 59937

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Speak Up - Super Snacks Flax, Peach and Blueberry.

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Speak Up! Super Snacks!
Brought to you by Traci Suzanne Marvel

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Dogs steal my heart.

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I love them all, and if I could, I would bring home every abandoned, caged and abused dog in the world!

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But since that is impossible, I do what I can for my local animal Shelter in Eureka, MT which happens to be in desperate need of a new shelter.

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Thankfully, a local couple in our community donated the land, but it appears that to erect the facility will cost another $100,000. I donate both my time and artwork when I can to The Friends of the Shelter.

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I also have created a line of dog cookies called
Speak Up! Super Snacks!

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Speak Up! Super Snacks are made with
100% natural super foods to keep your pet healthy!

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Ingredients: Love, Whole Wheat Flour, Flax Seed, Peaches, Blueberries, Honey, Canola Oil, Egg, Vanilla, Cinnamon

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I will donate all profits that come from the sale of these biscuits to
the Friends of the Shelter in Eureka, MT
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I sell them in my Etsy store and all sales go to help the shelter.

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Click here to learn more about the Friends of the Shelter

Friends of the Shelter
PO Box 1815,
Eureka MT, 59917-1815

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(406) 297-PETS (7387)

Thank you Traci Suzanne Marvel For your contributions to life.
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