American Dog Rescue Foundation founder Arthur E. Benjamin stopped by “D: The Broadcast” in Dallas to discuss ADRF’s many efforts to help soldiers with post-traumatic stress and other combat-related conditions. Arthur brought Bandit along for the ride as well, and helped explain the value he’s seen in having Bandit as a service dog in his own life. Click here to view the full segment.
Things are certainly looking up for sweet little Roxy, recently rescued from death row at the Forth Worth Animal Shelter. Roxy’s new mama Kelly found her on a website of death row dogs and knew she had to do something. The trek from Texas to New York took some time, as well as financial support. American Dog Rescue Foundation gladly chipped in to help create this happy ending. She was a bit nervous on the ride home but was kissing me all the way,” proud mama Kelly said. “Her way of saying thank you I believe.”
American Dog Rescue founder Arthur E. Benjamin and Kimberly Jenkins from Education & Animal Rescue Society (EARS) made an appearance on “Texas Living” today with a very special dog. Sea Lion is a canine ambassador working to bring awareness to the need to end the dog meat trade in Southeast Asia. His mother was killed as a part of this illegal and savage trade. American Dog Rescue, Soi Dog and EARS have partnered in helping get this very special dog from Thailand all the way to his forever home in Australia – with Dallas serving as his six-month temporary home in the meantime. For Sea Lion’s full story, check out this blog post. To watch his appearance today with Arthur and Kimberly on “Texas Living,” click the links below. http://www.ktxdtv.com/story/20553891/sea-lion?clienttype=generic&mobilecgbypass