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ARF has an abundance of resource information regarding basic pet care, pet first aid, feral cat tips, dog training, finding lost pets, and so much more.

Dog Behavior Library   Cat Behavior Library
 

ARF knows lives are enhanced by strengthening the bonds between humans and animals, and is dedicated to helping people keep their pets happily in their home. The following Dog Behavior Library consists of articles… Learn More

     

ARF knows lives are enhanced by strengthening the bonds between humans and animals, and is dedicated to helping people keep their pets happily in their home. The following Cat Behavior Library consists of articles… Learn More

 
 
Caring For Pets   Pet First Aid Class
 

Helping suggestions on pet care and advice on health related issues such as choosing the right veterinarian and microchipping to save pet's lives, among other important care specific topics. Learn More

     

Sign up for ARF's first aid classes and learn how to be confident and prepared in the event of a pet medical emergency. Learn More

 
 
Emergency Pet Preparedness   Lost & Found
 

Emergencies come in many forms, and may require anything from a brief absence from home to a permanent evacuation. Preparation is key to a successful evacuation… Prepare You And Your Pet For An Emergency

     

Helpful suggestions on what to do when finding or losing a pet in order to reunite lost family members. Did You Lose Your Pet?

 
 
Feral Cat Tips   Contra Costa County Resources
 

It's important for everyone to take responsibility for the neighborhood stray. Left unattended, this cat can reproduce and before long there will be dozens and dozens of strays in your neighborhood… Learn More About Feral Cats

     

The following is a list of additional Contra Costa County based animal welfare agencies that partner with ARF to combine resources and help make a difference in the lives of animals in Contra Costa County. More Contra Costa County Resources

 
 
Starting a Rescue Organization   Forming a Non-Profit Organization
 

If you’re interested in starting your own animal rescue group, please read the following helpful suggestions to get you started on your own path to success. Learn More About Starting Your Own Rescue Organization

     

Are you considering forming your own non-profit animal welfare organization? If so, the following tips may help you determine if this is the right choice for your group.  Learn More About Forming A Non-Profit Organization

 
 
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Provides contact and information on breed specific and additional species rescue groups, as well as pet related resources referrals. More Pet Links

   

 

   
 
   

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