Rescue is a lifestyle. It's not a hobby or a passing fad. You breath it, live it, love it 24/7, not for ourselves, but for the animals. We just did something no one has ever done or attempted to do. We packed up our bags, got on the road and visited 4 states, 2 countries and 15 rescues. We appreciate everyone who squeezed us into … Read More
Part of our involvement with other rescue organizations and projects includes transporting at-risk animals from shelters to animal rescue and adoption organizations throughout the United States.
The Animal Resources Transport Vehicle - shown in the photo above - is also known as the animals' ride on the next leg of their journey toward a new life. The vehicle's interior temperature is electronically monitored for the duration of the trip to ensure the animals are traveling in a comfortable and healthful environment.
Animal Resources Inc. is…
Volunteer member of Ventura County Animal Shelter
E.V.R.T. TEAM (background check completed)
A Shelter Authorized Dog & Cat Rescue Puller:
* City of San Bernardino Shelter
* Hesperia Animal Shelter
* Kern County Animal Shelter
* L.A. City New Hope Rescue Partner
* Moreno Valley Animal Shelter
* Orange County Animal Shelter
* Rancho Cucamonga Animal Care Shelter
* Ramona Humane Society
* Riverside County Animal Shelter
- San Jacinto Shelter
- Coachella Shelter
* San Bernadino County Shelter (Devore)
* Upland Animal Shelter
* Ventura County Animal Shelter
You can’t keep your pet? Really? by A Shelter Director
"I think our society needs a huge “Wake-up” call. As a shelter manager, I am going to share a little insight with you all…a view from the inside if you will. First off, all of you people who have ever surrendered a pet to a shelter or humane society should be made to work in the “back” of an animal shelter for just one day. Maybe if you saw the life drain from a few sad, lost, confused eyes, you would stop flagging the ads on craigslist and help these animals find homes. That puppy you just bought will most likely end up in my shelter when it’s not a cute little puppy anymore. Just so you know there’s a 90% chance that dog will never walk out of the shelter it’s dumped at! Purebred or not!..."
Read the full post on CauseForPawsUtah.org