We apologise for the graphic nature of these photos... But, we need your help! We need funds for care, we need portable fencing panels to create a corral to get close to these 'feral' or forgotten and neglected horses, we need the use of a stock trailer (and driver if willing), we need someone that can rope, and we need a place for these starving horses to go ! Not sure how many dead that we have not found yet, but these girls died in the last 2 weeks. People in the area have been desperate to save these horses and they are dieing in front of them... If you can help us save these horses, there are about 7 desperate and will die if not taken away from their current location and given care... Please email or call us if you can aid in the assistance of these horses that have suffered through a very long winter with no care from humans ....
Courage came to us last fall with old gun shot wounds. She healed and she finally found her new home today. Didn't take her long to settle in.
Shortly before Christmas we seemed to have an influx of dogs. We are happy to say that we have had a few of our pups adopted out into loving homes and the interest is still strong on the ones we have at the farm. Mandy and two of her pups have been adopted along with Winter. That's a good start to our first 12 days of 2017. Lets hope all the dogs at Angel's find their forever homes this year.
REWARD OFFERED !!!
We are offering a substantial reward for information leading to the apprehension of the man/men or woman/women that committed the cruel act of wrapping a dogs muzzle with barbed wire and hanging it. This animal was found dead at the Coldwater Reserve, Merritt, BC. Please contact Angel's Animal Rescue or Merritt RCMP to report any information you may have in regards to this incident. If you have information pertaining to other animal cruelty acts please call Angel's Animal Rescue, the RCMP or the SPCA.
Be brave, don't turn a blind eye to what you know is wrong.
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Hello everyone ... PLEASE READ IN FULL ... AARS is a place where dogs in need, those that have been abused, neglected, abandoned or about to be euthanized, come and are given a second chance. At times we will accept an animal surrendered by owner, such as those preparing to pass away or to ill to care for their pet, the homeless and others in similar situations. We also reunite people with their pets. Many pets become lost or have been stolen. Every situation is different and as reputable rescue we do our due diligence in finding homes whether it is original owner of a lost or stolen pet or re-homing an unwanted animal. We follow the law and we have mandates and procedures in place to protect pet owners, our rescued animals and those that adopt our rescues. For those seeking their pets, if lost we always recommend immediate advertising through social media, pet finder, contact rescue centers and other sources, if stolen we recommend the above as well as filing a police report immediately.
When an animal comes into our care she or he is held for ten days before being placed available for adoption. At that time we do a detailed search for animals meeting said description that may be lost or stolen thus giving us the opportunity to reunite a family as well as giving a pet owner time to find us and their pet. Within that 10 days said animal is also provided with needed vet care, a healthy diet, and love. After 10 days, we will initiate basic training, rehabilitation if needed, socialization with humans and other dogs and addition vet care. After 10 days said animal is placed available for adoption so he or she can begin their new life with in a loving and responsible home
I started working as a foster with Angel's Animal Rescue Society the summer of 2014 after my Pitt bull suddenly passed away at the age of 3. My St. Bernard was lonely so I started to foster dogs for Angel's until I found the one that fit our home. I had Tigger the boxer with me for 4 months as my first foster... I just about failed with her, she was perfect. Potty trained, never chewed anything up, I could drag her around to busy events and she behaved. Great with all people and dogs. Then came the puppies. We did and adoption event where I had 7 dogs in my home from Angel's for a few days... took them back up to Angels but kept the pup, Tux (now Tucker)... so I had Tigger and Tux... then we adopted a pup via the long route... Angel's picked up a litter of pups and sent them to Paws it Forward, where we ended up adopting Leo. So now at this point I'm up to My St. Bernard, Tigger, Tux and Leo... We get Tux adopted and in comes Roy. Mr. not so perfect. He could jump from the floors to the counter and eat out of the pots on the stove. He ate the knobs off my antique radio..... we found him a home quickly. Shortly there after Tigger found her home. Then in came puppy Ranger and following Ranger was Siam... a bossy senior guy... Rocky and a litter of 5 pups, Buddy, Kali, Joey and Stanley and I'm sure I missed a few.... Then we get to Zoe. Zoe has been with me for some time now and I'm happy to say I have officially become a foster fail. Zoe moved into our crazy home and blended with my gang. My fostering days are over as we are planning a move back to Alberta. I will remain on the board and continue to update the website answer emails and manage the FaceBook page as I can do that from anywhere. I encourage you to open your homes to a foster dog, its fun to see the different personalities come through. It also helps you figure out what you are and are NOT looking for in a family pet. We open our home and hearts to so many, Zoe just happened to successfully capture everyone's. Welcome Zoe girl, we love you.
The past few weeks we have found homes for Cassie, Louie, Xenia and Gabby. Best wishes in your new lives pups.
Rescue, rehabilitate & re-home abused and neglected pets.