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A New Beginning Animal Rescue Receives $10,000 Petco Foundation Grant to Support Animal Welfare Efforts in Weber and Davis Counties, Utah

A New Beginning Animal Rescue of Layton, Utah, today announced it has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Petco Foundation to support its rescue, nurture, and adoption initiative.

A New Beginning Animal Rescue Receives $6,500 Petco Foundation Grant to Support Animal Welfare Efforts in Weber and Davis Counties, Utah 

A New Beginning Animal Rescue of Layton, Utah , has been awarded a $6,500 grant from the Petco Foundation to fund its rescue, nurture, and adoption initiative

No-Kill A New Beginning Animal Rescue Receives Surprise Gift, Buys Much Needed "New" Van

For the past seven years, Gabi Johnson, founder and executive director, and dedicated ANBAR volunteers struggled to find reliable transport for the animals, using primarily small cars and could only accommodate three rescue pets at a time. Thanks to a generous unrestricted gift from the estate of song composer Sandra Seamons last fall, Johnson has purchased a gently used van with proper heating and cooling to transport the animals.

Sandra Seamons Estate donates generous gift to A New Beginning Animal Rescue (ANBAR) – ANBAR Establishes The Sandra Seamons Society

Song Composer and noted animal lover Sandra Seamons who died last August at the age of 79 bequeathed a portion of her estate to support animal rescue organizations. Her heirs identified animal rescue groups through a thoughtful selection process. A New Beginning Animal Rescue (ANBAR), a volunteer-driven non-profit based In Roy, Utah, was one of the lucky recipients. It received a gift of $30,000 - its largest gift in the organization’s history.

Plenty of tail wagging at Ogden's first Bark in the Park

OGDEN — Dog-lovers and their furry companions made new friends Saturday during Ogden’s first annual Bark in the Park event at the Big Dee Sports Park adjacent to the Ogden River Parkway.  Sponsored by Ogden City Animal Services, the pet fair offered discounted rabies vaccines, micro-chipping, pet licensing and educational booths hosted by A New Beginning Animal Rescue, Black Dog Walk, Dawg Gone Pet Salon, Havoc K9, Millcreek Animal Hospital, Myers Pets at Peace, Paul Mitchell, Petco, Utah Ferret Lovers and others.  

ANBAR on Good4Utah. No-kill shelter needs a new home

Many of us think about how we can help people in need this holiday season, but what about our furry friends that need a helping hand?  ANBAR rescues animals from high-kill shelters out of state, from shelters here in Utah and from private people.

Animal rescue a fresh start for Davis County woman

LAYTON — An effort to rescue a few cats and dogs has turned into a full-time job for one local woman. ...Johnson’s plan was to find homes for approximately 10 cats and one or two dogs each year. However, the first year, the no-kill organization was able to rescue over 400 cats and 75 dogs, placing them in  permanent homes.

No-kill Utah animal shelter needs new home

BOUNTIFUL — A no-kill animal rescue organization is looking for a new home — perhaps in the Layton-Ogden area — and is asking the public for help. Gabriele Johnson, founding director of A New Beginning Animal Shelter, or NBAR, said at the end of the year the organization will lose its kitty-center building in Bountiful because the owner wishes to rent it out to a private person. That means Johnson will need to find a new building that will house several cats and dogs.