Compassion In Action

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Investigation, Rescue and Relocation:

Animal Rescue Corps supports the rescue of any animal who is suffering.  We are well equipped and specialize in rescues involving large numbers of animals.  Our greatest focus, however, is to target industries that profit from animal cruelty, by exposing their activities and shutting them down (e.g. puppy mills, animal fighting, animals in entertainment, laboratories, animal agriculture, exotic imports, etc.)

Animal cruelty cases come in a wide variety of forms.  Learning about such cases can also come in many forms.  Two of the most common are reports from others who have conducted investigations and self-generated investigations.  Regardless, ARC practices due diligence to determine the full scope of the case and its needs, in order to bring the abusers to justice.

The greatest need in a cruelty case is to stop the suffering of the animals.  ARC has the unique expertise and capability to physically rescue any animal (and any number of animals) within the legal system.  We accomplish this through a variety of methods: efficient investigations, strong partnerships with other animal protection organizations, government and law enforcement agencies, dedicated volunteer support, choreographed rescue operations, emergency sheltering (when needed) and safe placement with sanctuaries, shelters, rescue groups or fostering networks.

Through an elaborate and strategic protocol, a well-orchestrated series of steps are required to execute a successful rescue.  One of the most important steps is making sure the animals have a safe place to go to after being relieved from a life of fear and loneliness.  ARC also leads removal, transport, emergency sheltering and replacing of all animals it rescues.

From beginning to end, Animal Rescue Corps takes direct and compassion action to promise each animal it rescues that they will suffer no more.

 

 

Animal Shelter/Sanctuary Assessments:

Animal Rescue Corps offers comprehensive, expert assessments of shelter and sanctuary operations.  To start, ARC provides a consultation to determine what is needed, and presents the shelter/sanctuary with a customized proposal package outlining exactly what the assessment will cover.  From there, ARC conducts a thorough review of the shelter/sanctuary’s proposed enhancements.  A written report detailing all findings is then given to the shelter/sanctuary to be implemented on their own timeline and by their own means.

It’s ARC’s commitment to make sure all details covered in the assessment are understood and manageable by the shelter/sanctuary – recommendations for both “what” is needed, as well as “how” it can be done.  It is also important to note ARC understands budgetary constraints and tailors all assessments to the financial challenges the individual shelter/sanctuary faces.

Areas ARC assesses include but are not limited to:

General Topics

  • Mission and Philosophy
  • Animal Handling
  • Budget
  • Database System
  • Customer Service (customer relations, hours, etc.)
  • Visibility/Social Networking
  • Training
  • Legislative Activity
  • Emergency Plan

Shelter/Sanctuary Operations

  • Facility
  • Animal Enrichment
  • Behavior Assessments
  • Veterinary Care
  • Housing Quality and Practices
  • Cleaning Practices

Field Operations

  • Vehicles and Equipment

Programs and Policies

  • Euthanasia
  • Spay/Neuter
  • Adoption
  • Humane Education
  • Community Outreach (humane education, TNR, etc.)
  • Partnerships with other organizations
  • Fundraising
  • Food Program
  • Volunteer Program
  • Foster Program
  • Intake Policies

 

 

 

Shelter/Sanctuary Set Up Consultations:

Through a similar process as the Shelter and Sanctuary Assessments, Animal Rescue Corps can work with a shelter/sanctuary group starting from the ground up.  ARC’s expertise can help ensure success for both the animals, as well as the shelter/sanctuary itself, at any point during the stages of planning, building, opening and operating.

Areas ARC assesses include but are not limited to:

General Topics

  • Mission and Philosophy
  • Animal Handling
  • Budget
  • Database System
  • Customer Service (customer relations, hours, etc.)
  • Visibility/Social Networking
  • Training
  • Legislative Activity
  • Emergency Plan

Shelter/Sanctuary Operations

  • Facility
  • Animal Enrichment
  • Behavior Assessments
  • Veterinary Care
  • Housing Quality and Practices
  • Cleaning Practices

Field Operations

  • Vehicles and Equipment

Programs and Policies

  • Euthanasia
  • Spay/Neuter
  • Adoption
  • Humane Education
  • Community Outreach (humane education, TNR, etc.)
  • Partnerships with other organizations
  • Fundraising
  • Food Program
  • Volunteer Program
  • Foster Program
  • Intake Policies

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