ARF is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) all volunteer organization. Our rescue/adoption sanctuary is home to 35-45 rescue cats/kittens and our rescue dogs are kept in foster homes. We are located on 18 acres which includes our rescue/adoption sanctuary and a 5-acre membership dog park. Future plans include additional buildings and a memorial park.
We do not receive any monetary assistance from city, county or state agencies. Our rescue/adoption facility is operated by volunteers who are willing to open their hearts to care for those who have been abandoned. Some will be adopted and some will never be adopted, but they will always have a safe and loving home at ARF.
We believe that the spay or neuter of pets is the only solution to pet overpopulation.
Come Meet Our Pets...
ARF is open Monday through Saturday from 1pm - 4pm or by appointment. Visit our web site to view pets available for adoption or lost/found pets in our area.
Our Adoption Process...
You must visit ARF's facility in Bartlesville to meet the pet you are interested in adopting. An adoption application is required (available on our web site) including 2 references (non-family) which are checked and potential adopter must agree to a home visit if requested. A 3-day waiting period is required before taking the pet home. This allows ARF to get any remaining vaccinations needed and the adopter to prepare for their new family member's home coming! Plus, we want the adopter to be certain they are willing to commit to the decision to adopt.
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