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Welcome to our NEW Website

We have several new services and programs...

Our Pro-active Services for Animals and there Humans

Spay & Neutering Programs

Animal shelters, both public and private, are faced with an incredible burden: What to do with the overpopulation of dogs and cats that they cannot find homes for? Approximately 3.7 million animals are euthanized at shelters each year, due to the sheer fact that there are not enough willing adopters. Having your pet spayed or neutered ensures that you will not be adding to this tremendous burden. - src: American Humane Society

If you are on a fixed income and finding it hard to keep up with the rising cost of living? Do you need help with spaying or neutering your cat or dog? Maybe we can help.

Do you know of a community with a ferrel animal population that needs our help?... (more information)

Our Spay and Neutering program helps keep our communities stray and shelter populations down pro-actively...

"You've Been Tagged"

"YOU'VE BEEN TAGGED" is a new program that we are now offering to children and there pets. If you have just adopted a new pet from a local shelter we will pay to have an ID chip implanted. We beleive this program will help keep your new loved one and child protected in the case of an emergency...(more information)

The "You've Been Tagged" program helps get animals out of shelters and keeps them out. It also helps to identify your child or pet if an emergency should arise. Helping animals and their humans, That what we are all about.

"You've Been Tagged" Application Form (.pdf file format)

(For best results print these forms on good heavy card stock paper and update them annually)
Free "You've Been Tagged" child fingerprint ID form (.pdf file format)
Free "You've Been Tagged" Pet ID form (.pdf file format)

Senior (55+) Pet Food & Supplies

Many times seniors are the people who need their pets the most. They have either lost their spouses, their family isn't close to them or they have health problems that keep them in their homes. Science is just beginning to understand and actually see the effects pets have on their owners. (more information)

This programs helps keep animals in their homes and out of shelters during times that may be a little tough.

Senior (55+) Vetrinary Services

Other services could be vaccinations, exams or emergencies. Vet bills can be high and we here at the ranch want to help. Because we can't help everyone, we are building a network of vets that will work with us and the pet's owner to provide services at a discounted price or with payments. When you fill out the form below, we will do what we can to help with these bills so the pet gets the care it needs in a timely manner. (more information)

This programs helps keep animals in their homes and healthy.

Take Care of Me Service

When you fill out the form below and make your donation, you will have peace of mind that your pets will have someone check on them or care for them until you can return to them. The card we send you to carry will inform emergency responders that you have pets at home who need care. They will call us and we will call your emergency contacts and get help to your pets. (more information)

This programs helps keep animals in their homes and out of shelters during times that may be a little tough.


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Our Dog Human Training Programs

Yes, thats right. We tend to concentrate more on training the human than we do the pet. Its the Pro-active Approach and you know how that old saying goes; give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish and he eats for a lifetime. Same thing here. If we can teach you to train yourself and your pet then you will be able to teach, or communicate, anything to them...(more information)

Our Head Trainer

Shirley Scott is our head trainer and who will work with most of our clients during thier training sessions. Shirley is the head trainer for the Walla Walla State Prison Dogs in Prison Program. She was the WA State Prison System Volunteer of the year in 2012 for her work in the program. She is an animal communicator...(more information)

Canine Good Citizen Program

Many dog owners choose Canine Good Citizen training as the first step in training their dogs. The Canine Good Citizen Program lays the foundation for other AKC activities such as obedience, agility, tracking, and performance events. As you work with your dog to teach the CGC skills, you'll discover the many benefits and joys of training your dog. Training will enhance the bond between you and your dog. Dogs who have a solid obedience education are a joy to live with-they respond well to household routines, have good manners in the presence of people and other dogs, and they fully enjoy the company of the owner who took the time to provide training, intellectual stimulation, and a high quality life. We sincerely hope that CGC will be only a beginning for you and your dog and that after passing the CGC test, you'll continue training in obedience, agility, tracking, or performance events.

In a little over one decade, the Canine Good Citizen Program has begun to have an extremely positive impact in many of our communities. This is a program that can help us assure that the dogs we love will always be welcomed and well-respected members of our communities...(more information)

Donations & Fundraising

You are here because of your love and compassion for animals. That's what our rescue is all about and so much more. Our Animal Rescue is a pro-active organization working with animals and humans alike, but we can't make it all happen without your support. Please make your tax deductible donation today and together we will make difference.


Donation Credits Program - People who donate to the ranch will built credits toward receiving help in the future if the need arises. Say you donate to the Feed the Pig Program on a monthly basis and you find you are short for a month and need a little help caring for your animal...

Donations - can be in the form of money toward the ranches general opeating fund or one of our special projects. We also take donations in the form of pet related items for use at our ranch, in the ranch store or BarnYard Sale...(more information)


Special Projects - From time to time we will ask for donations for Special Projects. These projects may be either for the ranch or for someone in need of special services such as boarding while you are in the hospital...(more information)

Project_007 - New Kennels for the Ranch Property in the Summer of 2013 - We want to thank everyone who donated toward this project... Our goals were met... Construction will start in late spring...(more information)

BarnYard Sale - Our spring 2013 BarnYard Sale will be held on June 14, 15 & 16, 2013...Please donate your items by June 12, 2013...(more information)

Animal Wellness Magazine Subscription - Click on the link to the right and subscribe to Animal Wellness us the code AWA032 and Animal Wellness will donate 40% of your subscription back to the ranch.

Animal Wellness Magazine is a critical source of information for all pet owners concerned about pet health, holistic approaches to health maintenance and treatment, and preventative care. As a national nonprofit dedicated to keeping animals out of shelters, helping pet owners keep their animals healthy is a significant part of The Pet Fund's mission - Animal Wellness Magazine is a significant resource which helps us to educate pet owners everywhere about the importance of good preventative care practices for companion animals.


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