About A.A.R.F.

A.A.R.F. – All About Rescue and Fixin' Inc. A.A.R.F. (All About Rescue and Fixin’ Inc.) is small group of un-paid volunteers with a passion for animals. We foster these animals in our homes until they find forever homes. We are a NO-KILL rescue, and treat ALL illnesses that can be treated for any animal which enters our program. A.A.R.F. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization - we rely on you, the public for the majority of our funding so that we may save lives locally. Read more...

12 January 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Artie’s Story

Artie came to us at two weeks old with his mom – Mama Wiggle Butts – who was our first rescue dog!!  This was Artie then: This is what Artie’s new family has to say about him: These pictures are Artie At Christmas when he had to get a hair cut due to his dry […]

12 January 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Bobby’s Story

Bobby is a full blooded Boston Terrier that was rescued from our local animal shelter.  His owners surrendered him after claiming that he caused dog fights.  Truth of the matter is, he appeared to be the one that took the brunt of the beatings.  After getting a few checkups and getting his health back in […]

05 January 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Children Hold A.A.R.F. Donation Party

On December 5th, 2009, Tess Simpson (10 Years Old) and Lily Simpson (7 Years Old) held an A.A.R.F. party to help out all of the homeless dogs and cats.  They made hand puppets of animals and each guest brought animal supplies which were later donated to A.A.R.F. Thanks Tess and Lily!  You girls are WONDERFUL!!!!!

30 December 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Mama Wiggle Butts – Then and Now

Mama Wiggle Butts – a funny name, I know…but seriously, nothing else fit (She LOVES to wiggle her butt). She was our very first dog and came with a lot of baggage; 11 puppies on the physical end, and about a year on the streets suffering from abuse, neglect and hunger on the emotional end. […]

22 December 2009 ~ 1 Comment

A no-kill animal shelter?

A.A.R.F. has been offered a unique opportunity to do just that – take a building and transform it into the very first No- Kill animal shelter that will serve the Upper Cumberland.

22 December 2009 ~ 0 Comments

2009 Bark In The Park was fun

The 2009 Bark in the Park was held Saturday, October 10th from 11AM-3PM at Algood City Park. Please look for us next year at the 2010 Bark in the Park!

22 December 2009 ~ 1 Comment

PETCO Adoption Days every Saturday

Come Meet Your New Pet! We are at PETCO in Cookeville, Tennessee every Saturday between the hours of Noon and 6PM with some of our available animals. If weather permits, and is not too hot or cold, we are setup under tents outside of PETCO. During the summer and winter months, you can find us […]

22 December 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Black Ties and Tails was a success

Every Saturday in September In an effort to draw attention to the unconscious act of discrimination of dogs and cats based on color, all black cats, kittens and dogs will have a reduced adoption fee of only $25 to approved homes. Visit us at PETCO every Saturday noon-6PM to adopt your new best friend!