Rescue Animal Sanctuary provides a refuge
for homeless, abandoned & abused animals. We
also offer a forum for owners
assistance in placing their pets, no
questions asked. All the animals that come
into the Rescue are rehabilitated using
their natural instincts. This helps in
preparing them to move on into their new
forever homes. Desert Rescue Animal
Sanctuary was started in 2005 to assist the
hundreds of animals that are looking for
homes across the southern deserts of Nevada.
The rescue center is a family operation and
is run by Lakota Spoolman. Lakota has been a
Veterinarian Health Tech for 33 years
specializing in emergency medicine as well
as a Canine Behavior Specialist. We are a
501(c)(3) Non-profit organization
incorporated by the state of Nevada as an
Spotlight of the
Misun (mee-soon), is a Lakota-Sioux word meaning ‘Little Brother’. He was surrendered to Desert Rescue Animal Sanctuary, on Sunday evening. Misun is 2-3 weeks old, and after his mother passed away, his owners quickly found themselves unable to properly provide for an orphaned foal.
Misun has obviously had a rough start in life, including not receiving the proper nutrition for maintaining the strong skeletal structure required by a foal. Now he is under the care and watchful eye of Lakota, where he will have the best chance of flourishing into a wonderful colt!
This new challenge finds the rescue in need of several things:
Foal Milk Replacemen
Equine Nutritional Supplements (suitable for foals
Natural Fly Repellan
Yearling Halter (already have foal)
Remember, all donations are tax deductible.
Be sure and friend us on Facebook to follow Misun’s progress!
PLEASE DO NOT ABANDON YOUR PET IN THE PARK OR DUMP INTO THE DUMPSTER!
|We handle all type of Animals:|
|We also take in sick & temperament problem animals. Want to get listed on this site to get more coverage for your pet, just contact Lakota at (702) 275-2125 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
The rescue center handles all type of pets
including those with medical and temperament
issues. When an animal or reptile comes in,
they are quarantined for 2 weeks before
being put up for adoption. It is not unusual
for the center to have a waiting list for
Mascot of Desert Rescue Sanctuary!
George of the Jungle - "Fast as he can be" George is the Mascot of DRS. He has been here since the beginning. He is a male Sulcatta Tortoise. We named him George of the Jungle as he is very fast (believe it or not for a tortoise), and the center is always like a jungle.