Arkansas Animal Alliance

ANIMAL COURT

Whitney Ransom, director of Southern Paws Transport, takes plea deal in North Little Rock, AR dog warehouse case. 

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Find your inner power by working with others

Arkansas Animal Alliance has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for the hungry, needy and politically under-represented members of our global family. Find out how you can save a life with your donation of money; items; or time.

Meet Our Team

hope

for change

Lori Miller

Camille Ball

  • Hoarding property cleared in Faulkner County after 15+ years of dog hoarding.
  • Educated a rural pound on the rescue process and started a Facebook page for them while rescuing 6 dogs.

Staci Brayer


Emilee Turner


Reach Out

Work with members in your community and make a difference

help

those WHO WILL

Our Mission

SAVEJUST ONE

​Battlefield Bailee

One of my many inspirations! 

Heartworms is not seasonal, which is why we need donations year-round. Our rescue animals require food; monthly preventatives; routine vetting; transportation; and other special needs. Our funds are continuously depleting.

Hope in Action

Charity Henson

Lori Miller

President

A NOTE FROM THE FOUNDER...

Terri Sanders

Animal rescue is rewarding but can often be devastating as well. Starting a new non-profit is never a simple task. Arkansas Animal Alliance is my commitment currently, but its life will depend on others to continue. I am blessed to impact the lives of so many animals and to have made so many friends along the way. May God bless you all.

A Christmas hope

Arkansas Animal Alliance is a vocal advocate for our state animals. We might not be the most popular rescue in AR because we will stand up for what we believe is right!  

EVENTS

ARKANSAS ANIMAL ALLIANCE HAS RESCUED DOGS FROM ALL CORNERS OF OUR STATE. WE CAN'T DO IT ALONE.

 

There aren't enough hours in our day to travel the state with the number of animals in need. Much of our state does not even have an animal shelter, so stray animals have no place to go. Most of our state rescues are located in the central part of AR with many of them only accepting shelter dogs and will not help stray dogs.