About Animal Aid and Rescue Foundation

Welcome to AARF's website! Please visit us for additional information as this site grows.

If you need further information regarding AARF, fostering an animal in need or adoption, please contact us at Animal Aid and Rescue Foundation or go to our contact form. Please note that all adoption fees should be mailed to the AARF address noted above.

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Animal Aid and Rescue Foundation is dedicated to supporting and promoting the preservation and well-being of all animals; both domestic and wildlife.

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AARF's focus is to become a constant and powerful source of information for the public. We also hope that through the Foundation, individuals and rescue groups will find assistance in their efforts and support for their cause. We believe that in working with rescue animals, we will also discover things about ourselves, others, and our existence, that will provide insight and direction in our own lives. The benefit is not only on the animal's part. Once someone has experienced this, it is never forgotten.

Animal Aid & Rescue Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization.

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ARTICLE: For over One Hundred Years Americans knew Pit Bulls for what They did Best. BABYSITTING. Part I.

by Yonah Ward Grossman

Astoundingly, for most of our history America's nickname for Pit Bulls was "The Nanny Dog". For generations if you had children and wanted to keep them safe you wanted a pit bull, the dog that was the most reliable of any breed...


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Adoption Success Story

Our Miss Floppy

"We first laid eyes on Miss Floppy in April, 2010. She was an adorable little 4 month old Pit mix puppy with very "floppy" back legs that didn't quite work right.

She was initially rescued the month before by a Good Samaritan who received a call from the local police. Floppy's original home was busted in a drug raid and it was initially thought that her "floppy" back legs didn't work due to an injury sustained while living in that home. She also had a very infected wound on her head that had never been treated.


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