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AARCS RESCUES PUPPY WITH FACIAL BURNS

Hey Everyone.  Thank you so much for all your donations and kind wishes.  We couldn’t do it without all of you.  Here is a link to the story in today’s Calgary Sun about Nero. Today was tough day at AARCS. Even seasoned rescuers were shocked beyond belief. Meet Nero, a 7 week old puppy suffering […]

Huge Thanks to Global Pet Food Stores of Alberta

Our heartfelt thanks to Global Pet Food stores of Alberta and their customers for coming together to support families and their pets effected during the flooding in Southern Alberta. Today, AARCS and Calgary Humane Society were each presented by Northmount Global Pet Food Store with a cheque for $5,881.18 for a total of almost $12,000 […]

Huge Thanks to Canadian Tire!!

AARCS Would like to thank Canadian Tire at 9940 Macleod Trail South East Location. Their continued support by having our cash cans at each of their tills, has helped us to raise thousands of dollars in Canadian Tire money, as well as large cash donations. This greatly helps the deserving animals in our care.  Special […]

AARCS NEEDS FOSTER HOMES!!

This coming weekend AARCS will be attending a three day clinic with the Alberta Spay and Neuter Task Force. We are expecting a large number of surrendered animals and in order to accommodate we need more foster homes for both dogs and cats. If you have ever thought of fostering, now is the time.  Please […]

Specialized Surgeries on the Rise at AARCS

AARCS has been inundated with animals in need of specialized surgeries! The following animals have recently or are scheduled for specialized surgeries: Fergie – elbow dysplasia Mylie – Luxating Patella & Femoral Head Ostectomy (“FHO”) Capone – Elbow dislocation Pepper – FHO Oreo – Leg Amputation Blue – Leg Amputation Bear – Colon/rectum surgery Jazz […]

Vegan Sprout Interviews AARCS

The Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) is a not-for-profit, volunteer driven, animal-rescue organization and registered charity. Primarily focused on rural Alberta communities and other areas where animal services are limited, AARCS volunteers work towards the end of animal suffering by improving the lives of animals, educating the public, and promoting spaying and neutering. In […]