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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.
Ruth Klauswww.avclub.com/article/dogs-purpose-accused-animal-cruelty-after-disturbi-248660 This as quoted in The Hollywood Reporter from the Humane society - "The American Humane Association, which monitored action on the production, said it had reviewed the video and was "disturbed and concerned" about the footage. "When the dog showed signs of resistance to jumping in the water, the scene should have been stopped. We are placing the safety representative who was on the set on administrative leave immediately and are bringing in an independent third party to conduct an investigation into this matter." (The AHA's "No Animals Were Harmed" on-set monitoring program has its own checkered history of oversight.)"
If new legislation, "War on Wolves Act," is passed into law, wolves will be hunted and trapped for trophy. Here's a reminder re: who we're fighting for.
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Brenda Lineberrythe only time a wolf should be hunted is to remove him from damaging a farmers way of life or if and that is an IF he's showing any sign of being sick or endangering the public now there are plenty of places to RELOCATE them to without destroying them and that being said before they pass a bill to destroy try the other approach relocate
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Natalie StormerThis is so backwards!! We need to be saving wild animals or at least just leaving them alone!! ugh!
What a great day it was today at Animal Guardian Network. We welcomed our first mentee, Paul Joseph, out for the day to learn a little about what it takes to run a senior animal sanctuary. Paul fosters senior dogs currently and plans to start his own non-profit to provide for senior and hospice dogs.
Mentoring isn't something I'm usually available to do but when you meet someone who has a huge heart and a desire to help seniors you say yes.
Next stop was Animal Health Services to meet Ranie, the dog that actually introduced Paul to AGN. And of course I had to make sure Rob Graham (hospital executive director) was fed so we brought him some lunch. Rob and everyone at Animal Health Services make sure the AGN dogs get the best care.
Paul received rave reviews from all the residents. We look forward to seeing more of him! ... See MoreSee Less