Happy Tails for Archer

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: March 28, 2015 Pet’s AARF Name: Archer Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Archer How is your adopted pet doing? Tell us about them and how they fit into your family.: Archer has been with us for 3 weeks now and it’s like he’s been here since the day he was born! He’s sweet with a little bit of spice and keeps everyone smiling and laughing. He’s been learning some new commands and is doing quite well, with a little help from our older dog Daisy, he should have them down in no time. We are truly blessed and so happy to have adopted this little bundle and we want to thank Ariel for all of her help along the way.

Happy Tails for Millie

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: October 2011 Pet’s AARF Name: Millie Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Millie How is your adopted pet doing? Tell us about them and how they fit into your family.: Millie(little shaggy white dog) is a joy to our little pet family, and she loves to play with everyone. She loves to have bath time, and shows herself off after we’re done! Her favorite pastimes are sleeping and barking. If you start petting her, she makes sure you wont stop, by whimpering and nudging you. We love having her!

Happy Tails for Kallie


When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: Sept 2013
Pet’s AARF Name: Kallie
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): kallie
How is your adopted pet doing? Tell us about them and how they fit into your family.: It will be 2 yrs sent I brought my sweet girl from Cookeville. She bonded quickly and is such a joy and everyone that meets her falls in love with my Kallie. Thank you guys so very much for the awesome job you do.

Happy Tails for Dolly


When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 2010
Pet’s AARF Name: Dolly
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Maddie
How is your adopted pet doing? Tell us about them and how they fit into your family.:
Maddie is a wonderful and sweet cat. She loves to talk almost all the time. I cannot imagine my life without her.

Happy Tails for Oksana


When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: 3-22-2014
Pet’s AARF Name: Oksana
Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Niki
How is your adopted pet doing? Tell us about them and how they fit into your family.: Niki is doing great. Such a timid and loving little girl.She loves to snuggle and play sneaky tricks on her house mate Max, a Boston Terrier.

2014 Adoptions and Stats

We are thrilled to report our 2014 Statistics! Looking forward to an even bigger 2015!

ADOPTION PROGRAM
TOTAL RESCUED: 753
Dogs: 525
Cats: 228

Euthanized: 6 Felines
Reason for Euthansia: FIP – Un-treatable – Veterinary Directed

PASSED AWAY IN OUR CARE: 16
Puppies – Failure to Thrive/Fading Puppy Syndrome: 6
Felines – FIP: 10

RECLAIMED: 7
Dogs – 4
Cats – 3

ADOPTIONS: 698
Dogs: 506
Cats: 192

TRANSPORT PROGRAM: 1,343

Dogs: 1,332
Cats: 11

Adoption Rate of Transported Dogs: 98%
Euthanasia Rate of Transported Dogs: 0%
Total Number of Transports Conducted 2012-Current: 98
Average Cost per Transport: $509

TOTAL ANIMALS RESCUED BY AARF 2014: 2,096
Dogs: 1,857
Cats: 239

To our Volunteers, Donors, Veterinarians, Drivers and Rescue Partners – THANK YOU!

Happy Tails from Giles

When did you adopt your pet from AARF?: november 2013 Pet’s AARF Name: Giles Pet’s New Name (if you changed it): Hank How is your adopted pet doing? Tell us about them and how they fit into your family.: Hank was almost 4 months old when we adopted him. He is the best puppy ever. He was so easy to train and only had one accident since we got him! He loves the acreage we have for his many curiosities to explore. He is an explorer but frogs are his favorite. When he is inside with us he is a lap dog:) We have never had a more loving sweet dog. His main thing is giving us love and cuddles:) He sleeps with us and gently wakes us with he sweet kisses. He is such an important part of our family and our joy! Thank You AARF, Naomi & Mike