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A beautiful 24x7 staffed facility providing neglected animals life-saving care and rehabilitation
A place to recover from injury or illness and make friends!
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Who We Are
Animal Guardian Network (AGN), founded in 2009, is a 501(c)3 non-profit animal healing sanctuary providing neglected animals life-saving care and rehabilitation. Our sanctuary also gives special needs animals care for life. Animal Guardian Network operates solely through grants, donations, and General Store sales. No Government funding is received. Please consider making a donation to our healing ranch & sanctuary. We really need your continued support. Your donation helps end suffering. Visit our Sanctuary and Healing center page to see how donation funds are used.
Healing Heart Chapel
The heart knows no difference between losing an animal companion, and losing a human companion. We hurt deeply because we love deeply. The process of grieving for a pet should be no different than mourning the death of a human being. The difference lies in the value that is placed on a pet by family, and by society as a whole. The Healing Heart Chapel will offer animal lovers sanctuary. A place of peace where comfort, and support can be found throughout the grieving process, and beyond. A place where loved ones will never be forgotten because every life matters. Click here to view the Healing Heart Chapel page.
Our process is unique in that a commitment of time is required in order to facilitate the best match. This may mean several visits to our facility to spend time with the available dogs. We will also require a home check prior to any adoption. This process has proven to be highly effective in facilitating excellent matches, less stressful adoptions and more happy beginnings. Please view our adoption page where wonderful pets are waiting.
Kim SpencerOMG, I love all the teasing and the talking (and the nibbling!) that is going on here. These two are priceless together -- so I hope these two BFFs are never separated!!! And I DO believe that miracles can happen, and I know this because we rescued two dogs who were traveling together and who were obviously strays when we were living in California. We nursed them back to health, through terrible mange and through being malnourished and sick, and when a potential adoptive family we knew came to look at them, they really had only wanted a little little dog (we had named him Benji). The larger dog (we had named him Bear) was a Great Pyrenees ... and while the boys fell in love with little Benji, the dad fell in love with Bear that day. And the story was written ... because they fell so in love with BOTH of them, that they BOTH went to a home together, and they BOTH lived happily ever after -- together!!! 💜💜💜
Ozzy got what may have been his first bath and brush out today. Special thank you to vet tech extraordinaire Adriana for taking extra special care of our new VERY stressed out boy.
Ozzy is now at our sanctuary and is just so confused and trembling. Some breeds have an easier time with transitions but Aussies are not one of them. Please keep a good thought for Ozzy. ... See MoreSee Less
This sweet old soul is in pretty rough shape. His ears are completely impacted with filth which created the perfect environment for all the bacteria and yeast that is in both ears. It is so bad only partial removal and cleaning could be done today without causing pain or further irritation.
His long fur camouflages the fact that he is emaciated. He has missed many meals. We will begin immediately with nutritional rehab.
He has severe dental disease but due to his age we will not have any dental work done. We will provide him with antlers or marrow bones to chew on.
Tomorrow he will receive a much needed bath and fur trim. Then he will begin the best of his life at AGN. We will work very hard to help him find his happy ❤️. ... See MoreSee Less