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...

25 June 2012 ~ 0 Comments

PETCO Foundation Awards A.A.R.F. $45,000 Grant to Purchase Transport Vehicle!

A BIG THANKS to The PETCO Foundation for their MORE than GENEROUS $45,000 contribution to fund the beginning of our northern transort program.  Letters of recommendation written by Store Manager Kelly Darty, Assistant Store Manager Megan Arnold and staff at PETCO store 1637 – our grant request was approved, and we are in receipt of the […]

20 June 2012 ~ 4 Comments

Dogs Rescued From Hoarding Situation In Cumberland County

Cumberland County Animal Control, Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department and the Humane Society of the United Stated led the effort yesterday to rescue 33+ dogs from a suspect hoarding case in Cumberland County.  A.A.R.F. was called late Monday asking for assistance with this case.  Jennifer Farley and Linda Randall were on the scene for most of […]

24 May 2012 ~ 5 Comments

Please Donate to help Charity

Charity is a sweet 5 year young female maltese mix that found in rural white county.  She arrived at the shelter there, and Shelter Manager Ronni Connely called in a panic, asking for assistance.  Charity was transported to us immediately.  Upon evaluation, we confirmed that Charity had chewed part of her leg completely off.    She […]

24 May 2012 ~ 1 Comment

Welcome to Crossville, Central Bark!

Central Bark, our newest grooming friend, has opened a facility in crossville at 11 Irwin Avenue!  Phone Number 931-787-1616.  They do an EXCELLENT job and have assisted A.A.R.F. and The Cumberland County Animal Shelter with many homeless animals thus far!

25 March 2012 ~ 0 Comments

THANK YOU ASPCA for Assisting AARF in Saving 40+ LIVES!

The ASPCA awarded AARF a grant in the amount of $2500 to save 40+ dogs from euthanasia at the Cumberland County Animal Shelter in Crossville!  Thank you ASPCA for your generosity and your committment to helping save lives!

30 December 2011 ~ 0 Comments

It’s Not Too Late to make a TAX DEDUCTIBLE Donation!

Please consider donating to help thousands of homeless pets in the Upper Cumberland Region of Tennessee get the care that they need – and take a tax deduction before year end!  A.A.R.F. (All About Rescue and Fixin Inc.) is a 501(c)(3) charity and we are funded ONLY by your donations!  So please, make a donation […]

14 November 2011 ~ 5 Comments

Sponsorship Needed

This young dog arrived at the shelter recently, and desperately needs medical attention.  Meet Nero!  A young, male Shih Tzu mix who cannot move his back legs well.  He gets up just enough to use the potty away from his sleeping and eating area, then retreats back to his bed to rest.  He “Smiles” for […]

14 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

“Fixin'” Assistance Available!

Spay/Neuter (Fixin’) is good for…      You      Your Pet      Your Community What is Spay/Neuter?  It is the sterilization of animals so that they cannot make more kittens or puppies.  It is a surgical procedure, performed by licensed veterinarians while the pet is asleep and free of pain.  Depending on your pet’s age, size […]

14 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Indoor/Outdoor, Climate Controlled, Off the Leash Dog Park!

Now Open!  Wag’n Tails!!! Indoor/Outdoor, Climate Controlled, Off the Leash Dog Park! Owner/Canine Memberships Doggie Day Care Boarding Obedience Training All types of Animal Grooming Check it out at 310 Newman Drive, Cookeville, TN across the street from Ace Hardware.  931-528-2298 www.wagn-tails.com wagn.tailz@gmail.com Monthly Membership Price:  $50.00 Weekends Only (Fri-Sun) – $30.00 Daily Play – […]

25 October 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Thanks to PETCO FOUNDATION, 33 Dogs Saved from CCAS

Thanks to a generous $2000 grant from the PETCO foundation, 33 more dogs are out of Cumberland County Animal Shelter, fully vetted, and the majority already re-homed!  Thank You PETCO FOUNDATION for assisting A.A.R.F. with spaying and neutering these animals, allowing additional resources freed up to provide much needed canine vaccines to the animal shelter […]