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We’ve expanded our Popsicles for Pups program to include 2 new locations!

This program, “Popsicles for Pups”, is an enrichment program focused on kenneled animals located in jurisdictional shelters. Many municipalities do not have funding for extras; and with the low-kill movement-taking place, this means many animals stay in shelters for longer periods of time. Ring Dog Rescue and its volunteers have developed a program to install a freezer and supply the shelter with the essentials to give the dogs something to do with their time in a healthy way. This program is currently being offered at Richmond Animal Care & Control, Powhatan Animal Control, and Heritage Humane Society. If you are interested in donating…

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Madelyn’s Friends Foundation

Madelyn’s Friends Foundation, or MFFRVA, is a greater Richmond area non-profit. Our sole purpose is to help fund emergency and specialty care for animals whose caregivers cannot afford it. We first heard of Phoenix’s situation when Ring Dog Rescue contacted us to see if we could help. We are pleased to say we were able to provide a significant amount of money to help pay for Phoenix’s ongoing treatment. Like us on Facebook and check out our site frequently (www.mffrva.com) for updates and future success stories. We would like to thank Ring Dog Rescue for giving us this opportunity to help Phoenix…

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The humane alternative: No-kill shelters – Op Ed in newspaper

Please take a look at this piece in this weeks paper – link below.  You can check out No Kill Hampton Roads at www.nokillhr.org and see the stats for local shelters (be sure and read the foot notes). Our Facebook page is www.facebook.com/nokillhamptonroads I hope you will “like” and “share” it widely. The humane alternative: No-kill shelters on Page B9 of Sunday, December 09, 2012 issue of The Virginian-Pilot

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RDR teams up with Chesterfield County Animal Shelter

Ring Dog Rescue has teamed up with Chesterfield County Animal Shelter, to get pit bull type dogs adopted! The first 10 approved applications wishing to adopt a “Pit Bull Type” dog; Ring Dog Rescue will pay the $60 adoption fee. The adopted dogs will be spayed or neutered, vaccinated for rabies, and implanted with a microchip. Please consider adopting a homeless Pit Bull Type dog into your family, today! There are many to pick from in all colors, shapes and sizes. This promotion is only valid for adult dogs, to approved applicants. Chesterfield County Animal Shelter is located at 9300…

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Adoptables: Roxie

This little spit fire was happy to meet us!  She was saved from a rural shelter literally at the 11th hour and is certainly grateful... more

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