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Rescue Work

Rescue work is hard work. No one ever thanks you for it, except the animals. The transformation they make is thank you enough for me, most of the time 😉 Sometimes it’s nice to know that people do appreciate what you do. Here is an email we received yesterday..although we weren’t able to take these dogs in at least we were able to help get them spayed and vaccinated and help be a small step in finding their forever homes. That is so kind of you! Thank you is not enough. I spoke with my sister this morning and she…

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Area Animal Groups From Metro Richmond Pet Savers

RICHMOND ANIMAL LEAGUE11401 INTERNATIONAL DRIVERICHMOND, VIRGINIA 23236(804) 379-0046   (804) 378-7507 FAXWWW.RAL.ORG FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: March 18, 2010Contact: Susan Kelly(804) 980.0725susan@ral.org AREA ANIMAL GROUPS FORM METRO RICHMOND PET SAVERS (Richmond, VA)—Metro Richmond Pet Savers is a newly formed collaborative group of animal rescue groups and shelters who will take part in large, monthly Adopt-A-Thons in the parking lot of Richmond area PetSmart stores. The goal will be to accelerate the adoption of cats and dogs from county/city shelters that may otherwise be euthanized. Founded by Richmond Animal League, Ring Dog Rescue and Chesterfield County Humane Society, participating groups will transfer…

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New Blog

If you’re reading this, the odds are good that you’ve figured out we now have a blog. We want to extend a special thanks to our Web guru, Nicole, for getting this all set up and giving us another channel to communicate with folks and post updates and things of that sort. We’re hoping the blog will be more interactive, as we’re always up for comments and feedback on things that may be of interest to you. Don’t forget, you can also follow us on Facebook (search for ringdog@ringdogrescue.org) or feel free to sign up for our newsletter on the…

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Smiley

So Smiley came home yesterday after spending 3 weeks at Holiday Barn training with Melanie, and I’m happy to report that he is a different dog! Melanie taught him the “climb” command which is similar to stay and it actually works! Last night I had him climb on the dog bed and he stayed there until we went to bed. This is the first time we’ve been able to have Smiley out in the house with all of the other dogs – not because he is aggressive but because he is overwhelming! The “climb” command helps him with self control…

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Adoptables: Boofus

Sweet Boofus is a 3 year big boy lab X. He is about 75lbs. Boofus has had a really rough go at life until Ring... more

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