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Who We Are

"You can't buy love, but you can rescue it!"

Looking to adopt?

We have many wonderful dogs looking for homes in North Texas and Arkansas.  All of our dogs are current on vaccinations and preventatives, chipped and altered, all they need is a loving home to call their own!  Visit our Adoption or Facebook page to find your new best friend!

Adopt

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You Can Make a Difference

Volunteer Your Time

This is one of the simplest ways to help out our cause. We believe the best way for our initiatives to be successful is for the community to actively get involved. This is an easy and efficient way of contributing to the great work we do at Angels 2 the Rescue. Get in touch with any questions about how you can Volunteer Your Time today.

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Make a Donation

Our organization always appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you, with every contribution going towards making Angels 2 the Rescue an even better Animal Rescue than it already is. % of your donation will go towards feeding, vetting and housing dogs who would otherwise be euthanized.

Donate

Foster

We are always looking for fosters! Without fosters we cannot rescue. All dogs leaving the shelter have to have a place to go! As a foster, you provide care, occasional transportation to vet appointments and a loving home for our pets, until their furever home comes along.

Foster

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Ark Angels Assistance

Animals

The ARK Angel Assistance program, is designed to identify rescue dogs that can be trained to  assist our Military Veterans and children with disabilities in a varieties of ways as needed.

 

In a variety of service and support programs,  we have The Canine Comforters program designed to comfort those with Terminal Illnesses.

Testimonials

I am so indebted to ARK Charities for finding and matching me with my beloved service companion and partner, Damon.  When I first contacted ARK, I was looking for a German Shepherd for service work. I had just begun having neurological issues. ARK took a tremendous interest, time, effort, and care in selecting the perfect dog for my disability, lifestyle, travel needs and home. ARK followed up with me repeatedly with updates and questions while searching for a match for me and my specific needs.  When Tina Zinn, President and founder of Ark Charities, called and to tell me she had the perfect dog, I felt complete trust in having spent months talking to her in many conversations about my needs. His arrival couldn't have been better timed.  Shortly after he was found as a match for me, my neurological disease diagnosis was confirmed.

 

Having Damon as my service companion has been an enormous blessing and help in my life in ways almost too numerous to count. This special dog, the training and bond, loyalty and companionship has made has made me feel less vulnerable and more empowered to get out in the world to participate in activities I had begun to shy away from as the symptoms of the disease progress.  Damon brings me brings me daily joy and unconditional love. He helps me focus on him and what we can do together instead of my limitations are.  He is always right beside me through thick and thin, ready to offer all he has and all he has been trained to do to make my life better. My family take comfort knowing that if I am out for a walk, that I am not alone. This gives me a greater sense of independence. Damon helps me with mobility support, neurological alerts, comfort, companionship and a calming influence no matter what the day throws at me.  He makes my life better in every way and I cannot imagine managing without him. I will be forever grateful to Tina Zinn and ARK Charities for choosing and matching me to my beloved boy.

Question about the ADA & Service Dogs

Many people with disabilities use a service animal in order to fully participate in everyday life. Dogs can be trained to perform many important tasks to assist people with disabilities, such as providing stability for a person who has difficulty walking, picking up items for a person who uses a wheelchair, preventing a child with autism from wandering away, or alerting a person who has hearing loss when someone is approaching from behind.

The Department of Justice continues to receive many questions about how the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to service animals. The ADA requires State and local government agencies, businesses, and non-profit organizations (covered entities) that provide goods or services to the public to make "reasonable modifications" in their policies, practices, or procedures when necessary to accommodate people with disabilities. The service animal rules fall under this general principle. Accordingly, entities that have a "no pets" policy generally must modify the policy to allow service animals into their facilities. This publication provides guidance on the ADA's service animal provisions and should be read in conjunction with the publication ADA Revised Requirements: Service Animals.

We have included the Downloadable PDF Version of the ADA Q&A Documentation here:

Service Animal Questions and Answers

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ARC Angels 4 Animals

ARC Angels 4 Animals

Jonesboro (AR), United States

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About AA4A:We rescue, rehab, reLove and rehome, and repeat! from High kill shelters, owner surrenders, strays, abandoned, neglected, and abused.
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Description ARC Angels 4 Animals is a c3 all-volunteer animal rescue group that focuses on saving the lives of animals at risk or in distress. We work closely with animal shelters, municipal shelters, law enforcement agencies and the general public to to help animals who are unwanted, abandoned, abused, injured or stray. AA4A places these animals with volunteer foster families who attend to the animal's needs, socialization, training,, and solving any behavior problems. In addition to pet adoption, we sometimes transfer rescued animals to our sister placement partners in areas of the country where pet overpopulation is less of a problem. We also focus on educating the general public and pet owners about the proper care and treatment of pets, and on the importance of spaying and neutering. The majority of the animals we help are dogs, cats, kittens and a variety of other small and large domestic animals.

Many of those who contact us for help do so after failing to find assistance from other agencies who may not have established field rescue programs or lie outside their jurisdiction. If we are unable to help, we work to connect them with someone in their area who can.

We hold special events throughout the year, including "build a bed" service project in which we assemble and deliver beds for "hounds in the pounds" shelters and other rescues throughout the state so that shelter dogs are not forced to sleep on concrete. If they cannot go home, we bring a little bit of "home" to them. We hold several adoption events and fundraisers too.

Without the generous support of private donations, our work would not be possible. Fully vetting a single animal typically costs $$, including spay/neuter, worming, microchip, vaccinations, flea and heart worm preventative. Many of our dogs have heart worms, and treatment can cost upwards of $$ This summer alone we have rescued numerous dogs suffering from gunshot wounds, injuries from motor vehicles, which add to our cost
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