Tripp is a riot! When he's not catching snowflakes on his tongue, he enjoys a good round of fetch. But don't worry, when you get tired out he knows how to entertain himself, but will always make sure to check in often for a few pets and some cuddles.
Cheers to a new year and another chance to give back. Please consider making a gift to ARRI to help us continue the work of rescuing, nurturing, and finding loving homes for animals in need. Together we can create more happy endings! Please donate, today. The Board of Trustees, the staff, and, most of all, the animals at ARRI thank you!
This position is responsible for the development and implementation of ARRI's communications strategy and objectives, humane education programming, volunteer programming /direction, fundraising initiatives and coordination of ARRI’s K-9 Academy.
ARRI celebrates rescuing 1,000 animals from high-kill shelters in southern states through its Bark & Ride program! Founded in June 2011 by ARRI Shelter Manager Jennifer Gebar, the Bark & Ride program saves and transports animals to our no-kill shelter from high-kill facilities in the southern United States. ARRI needs your help so it can continue to save hundreds more.
ARRI's “How to Bring a Rescue Dog Home,” a free, two-hour class for new adopters in Rhode Island, is getting rave reviews! January 2017 class dates are the 8th and the 22nd. To reserve a spot or for more information, please contact Shelter Manager Jennifer Gebar, 401-783-7606, ext. 104.