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Monkey VA supports environmental non-profit organizations with our Monkeys Worth Mentioning program. This month, we are recognizing Arizona Cattle Dog Rescue. Learn about their mission below!

In 2010, six long-time rescue workers and cattle dog lovers shared a dream of working with a rescue that put the dogs first, valued their volunteers and supported their adopters far beyond adoption day. On one fall, Saturday afternoon, those 6 people became ACDR’s founding members and Arizona Cattle Dog Rescue was born. That dream quickly became a reality that we hold to this day. We have experienced much success over the years while holding true to the core values on which this rescue was founded.

Best of all, we have grown to include many dedicated ACD enthusiasts who share our vision and together we hope to save cattle dogs for many years to come. As stated before, Arizona Cattle Dog Rescue is a foster-home-based rescue. We do not have a facility or shelter where we keep our dogs, they are all cared for in foster homes throughout Arizona. While in foster care they are given an enormous amount of time, love and care.

They are provided with many types of support they may require to help them become a happy, healthy, adoptable dog. ALL of our ACD’s are spayed or neutered, brought up to date on vaccinations and micro chipped prior to becoming available for adoption.

Any other medical treatment that would be required to insure the health and happiness of the animal is provided as well.  Because of this kind of personal care and training we are able to place our ACDs in homes that are well suited to their individual needs and to the needs of their future owners.


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We are very fortunate to have a caring and dedicated team of volunteers, board members and supporters. We operate solely on public donations and fundraising proceeds. We exercise fiscal responsibility in handling our adoption fees, donations and other fundraising receipts to provide the maximum care for our rescue dogs and to ensure our financial viability into the future.