We adopted Jack in July of 2013. At the time, Jack was estimated to be about a year and a half. While it seems like just yesterday, we have been a part of Jack’s life for over 2 years now. As one of the owners of an advertising agency in Southern Oregon, Jack gets to come to work every day. He is the company greeter,… Read More.
The 2017 Spring Agility classes will begin SOON! Check back for dates and times. Instructor Kathy Fueston, with the assistance of her husband Vern, helps students learn the basics of agility. Any dog and handler can do agility! It’s a great way to strengthen the bond with your dog, while having a lot of fun with others, and supporting Rescue Ranch in the bargain. Beginning Agility Class:… Read More.
Bringing a new dog home can be a very exciting, but also stressful thing for both you and your dog. Here are some helpful hints to help the transition go smoothly: Try to keep the environment calm. If you have other pets try to introduce them one at a time, and supervised. You may even want to keep them on a leash while you introduce… Read More.
Rescue Ranch hosted a fun event at Tractor Supply on Sunday 12/14 and we are sorry if you missed it. Tractor Supply was so supportive and the employees a joy to work with. And we cannot express with enough enthusiasm our wonderful Santa and volunteer photographers for all of their efforts. Over 50 people came and had photos taken with Santa-dogs, children and adults. We… Read More.
Rescue Ranch, Inc., a non-profit organization that has been caring for the injured, abused, neglected and homeless dogs of Siskiyou County and the surrounding communities since 2009, seeks committed individuals to serve on its volunteer, nine-member Board of Directors. Directors are elected by the membership at the annual General Meeting for a one-year term and are expected to attend the monthly Board meetings, maintain confidentiality… Read More.