Our sanctuary provides care, rehabilitation and placement of domestic farm animals and household pets that are homeless, neglected or abused and we provide long term care for old and infirm animals and for those without other placement options.
Mobley is our only pup up for adoption here on the ranch. Upon joining us on ACR, Mobley had to have a chain surgically removed from his neck, a result of his previous situation. Mobley is 2 years old, and due to his prior abuse, he does not get along well with other dogs, but loves humans! He loves to play, love and snuggle and is looking for a happy home!
As a sanctuary, we accept all animals and usually plan to keep them until the end, however Mobely came to us at a very young age and because of that, is very energetic. We want Mobely to get the chance to be a family dog, as he has a long and happy life ahead of him!
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We provide tours of our sanctuary for prospective volunteers and for others who wish to support our activities. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or by letting others know what we do, thank you. We can't continue to care for these animals without the help of supporters like you.
Your support and contributions will help us to meet our goals and improve conditions for our animals . Your generous donation will fund our mission, thank you!
We provide food, shelter and health care for animals that have no other options.
We educate our friends, volunteers and community on the health, environmental and ethical benefits of eliminating consumption of animal products.
We maintain 20 acres of wildlife refuge in the pristine wetland adjacent to the Twelve Mile Swamp Conservation Area.
We have spacious, secure quarters that keep our rescue animals (and the local wildlife) safe.
If you are as passionate about the well-being of animals as we are, please help by donating money and/or time with us and our animals.
Veterinary costs are our biggest expense. Mobley's collar was never loosened before his rescue, and grew into his neck and had to be surgically removed.
4080 South Francis Road, Saint Augustine, Florida 32092, United States
By appointment only
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