The Jackson County Humane Society uses all of its resources and volunteers to help the growing population of unwanted and homeless animals in the community. Currently, there are no programs in the area to deal with this problem, but ARF volunteers have literally taken to the road to find a solution.
ARF has created a lifesaving transport program that takes the many unwanted and abandoned dogs to a non-profit organization in New Jersey called Common Sense for Animals. Volunteers give their time and energy to drive a truck-load of crated animals through the night to their chance at a home and family.
Many states in the Northeast have strict regulations concerning spay and neuter laws and leash laws. Since 2007, ARF has helped to transport 759 animals to adoptable areas in the North. 179 dogs were transported in 2012 alone. [Read more...]