Mail:
PO Box 471483
Tulsa, Oklahoma
74147-1483

Fax:
918-744-4489

The ARF Line:
918-622-5962

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IS YOUR PET AT RISK?

You could be sentencing your dog or cat to serious medical problems by not spaying and neutering.

Click here to learn more about being a responsible owner and doing the right thing for your beloved pet!



Found A Stray?

Visit this site for information on what to do.

ARF does not pick up stray dogs, cats, puppies, or kittens. The City of Tulsa will pick up strays and some other rescue groups might assist you. Go to TulsaPets.com for a list of area breed and rescue groups.



Don't Litter!

It is against Tulsa pet ordinances for you to have a dog or cat older than 6 months that is not spayed or neutered.

Please help us save more dogs from being destroyed at kill shelters by spaying and neutering your pets. Unless you are a licensed breeder, you should not have an intact dog or cat. Be part of the solution instead of part of the problem!



Need a Speaker?

ARF volunteers are ready to address your group about pet overpopulation and how it affects our city, how ARF works to place homeless pets with responsible pet owners, the importance of our foster home program, how to prepare to take care of your pets before, during, and after a disaster strikes, and the various activities available to our ARF volunteers.

Contact us at adoptarf@gmail.com if you would like more information on our speakers program.

Disaster Preparedness
What Would You Do With Fido or Fluffy After a Disaster?

ARF is spearheading a disaster relief program for pets in this area. Being in the middle of Tornado Alley and having felt a few earthquakes and seen a few floods, we think everyone who loves their pets like family should be prepared to take care of them when disasters strike. Red Rover does a great job in teaching about disaster preparedness for pets. Check out this website for comprehensive information on how to be prepared to take care of your pets before disaster strikes.

ARF also wants to eventually be able to help nearby cities that are struck by disasters and need help boarding pets or adopting them out (Joplin, MO is one example of a city that needed this kind of assistance and ARF did help in a limited way).

Check back occasionally for more information about ARF's work in this area.

If your club or organization would like for us to talk to your group about this subject, please contact Rob Wheeler at Rob.Wheeler@cox.net.




Pet CPR Video

Do you know how to give CPR to your dog? Watch this video to learn more.

Dog CPR Video









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For more than 20 years ARF has been finding responsible owners for homeless pets. Our primary mission is to rescue pets from kill shelters and place them in forever homes.

If you believe in this mission, please join us by becoming an ARF member, a financial partner, a volunteer, or by opening your home and heart to foster a homeless pet.






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