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After exhaustive outreach to placement partners throughout North America, ARC has identified partners in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia that have sufficient resources to foster these animals and make them part of a loving family. The relocation of these animals, dubbed the Sunshine to Maritime Transport, will be accomplished utilizing a large RV motor home. The first transport will arrive at its first stop in New Brunswick on Wednesday afternoon and at its final stop in Nova Scotia Thursday mid-day. The media is invited to attend both drop offs.

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The ARC team has deployed to Canada three times since launching in January 2011. ARC’s first Canadian operation was the sterilization of approximately 200 family pets in a native reserve Quebec in November 2011 and the removal of all the unclaimed dogs and cats for placement into permanent homes. ARC was back in June 2012 to rescue 20 dogs living in an apartment outside of Montreal. Most recently ARC completely the Sunshine to Maritime Transport – the transport of nearly 100 animals from an overburdened shelter in Palm Springs, California, to rescue partners in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia who had foster and adoptive homes ready and waiting.

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May 11, 2016 - EAST BRUNSWICK -- New Beginnings Animal Rescue will hold an open house on May 21, from noon to 4 p.m The ARC team has deployed to Canada three times since launching in January 2011. ARC’s first Canadian operation was the sterilization of approximately 200 family pets in a native reserve Quebec in November 2011 and the removal of all the unclaimed dogs and cats for placement into permanent homes. ARC was back in June 2012 to rescue 20 dogs living in an apartment outside of Montreal. Most recently ARC completely the Sunshine to Maritime Transport – the transport of nearly 100 animals from an overburdened shelter in Palm Springs, California, to rescue partners in New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia who had foster and adoptive homes ready and waiting.

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Poor Paws Rescue is a non-profit organization based out of New Brunswick that was founded by Cara Szeles, said Vanessa Rubio, a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences first-year student and volunteer with the organization.

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The is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of the humane treatment of both domestic animals and wildlife found living on the New Brunswick campuses of as a result of abandonment, having become lost, or by birth to the aforementioned, and - in the case of wildlife - having become sick, injured, or displaced from their natural habitat.Our reality was not unlike that experienced by many rural and under-serviced areas across the nation. Volunteers or minimum wage earners staff most shelters in New Brunswick, which operate on a “shoestring” budget. Training was oftentimes that provided by local veterinarians who took it upon themselves to instruct the fundamentals of euthanasia to shelter staff before handing them T-61. There was no standardized training, no means of standardized evaluation, no checks in the system, and no means of ensuring that animals were being properly euthanized. Some attendants were extremely proficient in their ability to properly euthanize animals; others unfortunately were not. T-61, is a pharmaceutical specifically labeled for euthanasia. It is currently used in Europe, where animal welfare standards are high. Its use has been withdrawn in the United States, with the exception of Arizona, due to concerns about its administration. Used properly, death is quick; improper injection can result in possible asphyxiation before narcosis. Proper technique is essential for the use of this drug to result in euthanasia.