Helping Animals In Need

  • Provide care
  • Report abuse & neglect
  • Promote spay and neuter
  • Educate on animal welfare
  • Promote adoption

ARF Statistics

  • Cat occupancy: 31
  • Dogs in foster care:  0
  • Total Adoptions: 1,000

ARF's membership meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of the month, 5:30pm @ ARF and are open to to the public.  Guests are welcome to learn what we do for our community! 

Spring/Summer means dangerous weather conditions for pets left outdoors.  If you see pets without shelter, shade food and water, call the non-ermergency police dispatch (918-338-4001) and request a "wellness check".  Outside the city limits, report to the Washington County Sheriff's office at 918-337-2800.   Your call can save lives!  Please report inhumane conditions!!

THUNDER means pets will run to hide and get lost!!  MAKE SURE YOUR PET WEARS COLLAR & CURRENT ID TAG AT ALL TIMES!!  Microchips are great, but wearing id helps them find home quicker!   The #1 resource is BARTLESVILLE PETS ~ Area lost & found pets on facebook!

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