National Airedale Rescue purchases 500 or more microchips annually from Home Again for the purpose of helping the Rescue Volunteers who operate under the guidelines of the ATCA Rescue & Adoption Committee and for the purpose of working toward achieving our goal of having every Rescue Airedale microchipped.

These microchips will be provided to you for free and include the Registration fee. Please contact the Microchip Program Manager.

Please put NAR Microchip Program in the Subject line

We will be sending these microchip packages out in small groups to begin with and we are asking that, if you work under a "coordinator" or "director" that you contact that person with your microchip needs and the coordinator be the one to put in the request for the group.

You can consult the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section. It should answer your questions. Please let us know if you have any questions not answered there.

Rusty LaFrance
National Airedale Rescue
Microchip Program

ATTENTION BREEDERS AND AIREDALE OWNERS!

If you are an Airedale owner or Airedale breeder, contact us about purchasing microchips at a discounted price.  Our goal is to see that every Airedale is microchipped and able to be reunited if lost.  Go to the Microchip FAQ page and scroll down to read about the details in the last question.

Aidan Begeot

My puppies are protected with the Home Again microchips !!

The microchips are provided by the NAR Microchip Program for only $15 each and that INCLUDES the registration. All my humans had to do was contact Rusty and let her know how many pups I had and she sent them the microchips. My mom and dad (Skip and Ginny Begeot) feel much better knowing that my puppies are microchipped with the Home Again microchip.

I like it when everyone sleeps better at night ;-)

 


Happy Ending for Jack

For all of you that know the saga of "Jack" the Airedale, he is back with us and will spend the rest of his life with us.  An "angel" by the name of Pam has had him the past 2 years.   It was his 4th home.   She took him in to get his teeth cleaned and the vet discovered the microchip after she decided to get him chipped.  Home Again works...thanks to Rusty, we had all the pups chipped!!

A very long story short..........Pam drove him up here to meet us and left knowing that she and I will be kindred spirits the rest of our lives.  Pam is in her late 60's and just didn't feel she was doing right by Jack.  He needed exercise and more attentions and she knew it.  She loved him dearly and it was so sad to see her leave.   She has visitation rights and can see him anytime. She bought him  from a woman who met her in the parking lot near Farmington, Utah.  That woman had him for 2 weeks.  The people before him had him for 1 1/2 years.  So, we figure the original owner, who I thought signed his life away with a contract and application, probably had him just under a year.  Jack was passed around through craiglist and a radio station ad.

This story has ended happily.  We count our blessings!!
Thanks!
Ann Erickson
Copperhill Airedales
Idaho

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Airedale Information

National Airedale Rescue, Inc., is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation and is the Official Treasury of the Airedale Terrier Club of America (ATCA) Rescue & Adoption Committee. Funds donated to National Airedale Rescue, Inc. are distributed on an as-needed basis to Airedale Rescue volunteers and groups who have agreed to abide by the Airedale Terrier Club of America Rescue & Adoption Committee policies and guidelines.

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