Success Stories

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Modi and Quincey

Meet Modi and Quincey  - a bonded pair that was adopted together in January. Bonded pairs can be difficult to find homes for, so we are very happy that they have found their forever home with Robin and Shari, who love them very much. There is nothing that these two...

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Ginger

Ginger

Meet Ginger - she was adopted by Erin in December. Erin and her family started looking for a second dog to add to their family after her oldest daughter had been asking for one for Christmas 2 years ago - and when they met Ginger, they knew that she was going to be...

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Florence and Tera

Florence and Tera

Florence and Tera were adopted together in early March- and their story is a special one! 4 year old Florence came to Jade, one of ARR's wonderful cat fosters, from Nebraska after having an arm removed during an emergency surgery that was caused by her getting stuck...

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Boomer!

Boomer!

Here is Boomer - a Husky mix who was adopted by Kristen in February. Kristen is happy to report that Boomer has moved in to his new home like he owns the place! This sweet boy truly loves the company of his people. He also loves to lounge and relax, but he also enjoys...

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Ace and Baby

Ace and Baby

Meet Ace and Baby, 2 senior Chihuahuas who were adopted in early February. With a combined age of 24 years, we are happy to announce that they have found a happy home to live out the rest of their years! Kim, their adopter, has so many good things to say about these...

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Jyoti (formerly Yezzie)

Jyoti (formerly Yezzie)

Jyoti, formerly Yezzie, was adopted by Kate mid-February. Jyoti means "light" or "flame." Jyoti has been settling in with her new family nicely! She is still working on coming when she is called, walking on a leash, socializing with other dogs, and not chewing on her...

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Peaches

Peaches

We love Foster Fails - Sweet Peaches was adopted by her foster, Jeany, on March 6th. We are so happy that Peaches found her forever home, and she has made a huge impact on Jeany and her family's lives. Here is what Jeany has to say about Peaches: "She has become a...

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Sampson

Sampson

What do you call a dog that likes to play in the snow? ... a pup-sicle! Playing in the snow happens to be one of Sampson's favorite activities. This sweet guy was adopted by Debbie in early February. He enjoys going for walks and snuggling, and his favorite treat is...

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Success Story – Mattie

Success Story – Mattie

Mattie – Mattie a 3-year old female basset, came to live with me on March 9, 2011. I have had many bassets over the years and recently lost one after 14 years.  I had intended to wait a long time to allow another dog into my life but one look at Mattie on your website...

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Success Story- Doolittle

Success Story- Doolittle

Doolittle – Doolittle spends most of his time in his new mom’s arms or lap.  He sleeps at the bottom of her bed under the covers by her feet. He loves to bark at the window (guard dog)!  He tilts his head when she talks to him. After several different bags of food he...

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Success Story – Alvin

Success Story – Alvin

Alvin – a black lab/chow mix was a part of a litter of puppies with A.R.R. He was 14 weeks old when we adopted him. My family was searching for a dog to add to our family. We fell in love with Alvin on sight. At the same time we adopted Alvin, we started...

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Success Story – Marley

Success Story – Marley

Marley – Anakin, a.k.a. “Marley” – snuggling with his new little boy.  Looks like this kitty has found a snuggly lap to call home!  Vanessa, Marley’s new mom, says he’s fitting in very well!!

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