A Midwest, St. Louis-based organization to Rescue, Rehab, and Rehome American Eskimo dogs in life-threatening situations and place them in loving homes.
The work of AER includes fostering, transporting, and networking to save the lives of American Eskimo dogs. AER is an all-volunteer association. Volunteers work full-time jobs and rescue in their spare time for the benefit of helpless and homeless Eskies. There is no physical shelter for this association and foster homes take in “Reskies” until a forever home can be found. Since this association is a “breed-specific rescue association,” AER is able to keep Eskies out of shelters, thus making room for other homeless dogs. AER has been operating since 1999. The program is funded by donations and adoption fees. AER is the Missouri Chapter of Heart Bandits (see http://www.heartbandits.com). For more information about fostering, adopting, or volunteering, please visit the AER website at http://www.eskierescuestl.org to complete an application and for more information. Anyone interested in adopting should Email email@example.com or call 314-647-1112. Thank you. For faster replies, please Email or call. Thank you for visiting American Eskimo Rescue of St. Louis.
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