NEW: Watch Video Footage from Our 100-Dog Rescue Operation in Arkansas
Update: View our video below for footage from this operation and for a closer look at many of the dogs we rescued in the process.
This post was originally published on February 24, 2015.
Acting at the request of the Stone County Sheriff’s Department, the ASPCA is on the ground in Mountain View, Arkansas, today removing approximately 100 dogs from an overwhelmed rescue group’s facility. The facility agreed to surrender the dogs due to its lack of sufficient resources. The dogs—including Huskies, Labs and Beagles—range from two days to 10 years old. The majority were never spayed or neutered and several are pregnant.
We’ve taken custody of the nearly one hundred dogs and are currently transporting them to a temporary shelter. We’re committed to ensuring their wellbeing—but caring for this many dogs is a monumental undertaking and we need your help now.
We are working hard and fast to give these dogs a chance at the happy lives they deserve. They need food, water, shelter and love. Please help us help these animals—and the thousands of others who are still waiting for their rescue to come—by making a donation today.
View our video below for footage from this operation and for a closer look at many of the dogs we rescued in the process.