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The fetch Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based out of Cave Creek, Arizona dedicated to saving lives in the animal and human communities through innovative strategies and unique programs that supports, equips, and trains first responders.  Through love and commitment to animals in need, The fetch Foundation provides a unique perspective towards enriching the lives of every animal and human relationship that they touch.

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The Fetch's Fido Bag Program

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An estimated half a million pets are affected by fires each year in the United States. The FIDO BAG® Program supplies fire departments with the necessary pet emergency equipment and training so pets can receive medical help IMMEDIATELY at the point of rescue!

 

 

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Homeless to Heroes Program

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Our Homeless to Heroes Program identifies dogs that have been discarded or surrendered whose personalities may do well as Search and Rescue K9’s, Trains them, and places them with Search and Rescue teams such as FEMA, Fire, and Police.



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First Responders Program

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Our First Responders program provides emergency access to all fetch programs for fire, police and emergency medical personnel.  We ensure that first responders are well-prepared so that they can have the peace of mind to focus on the task at hand.



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Fetch In The News

Best Friends Animal Society Donates To The Fetch Foundation

Jul 22, 2016 Best Friends National Conference    CAVE CREEK, AZ (Best Friends National Conference) - Thanks to the generosity of the Best Friends Animal Society, The Fetch Foundation received a 3+ ton donation of dog food from the organ...

Dog aids in rescue of missing Prescott woman

Jun 20, 2016 The Daily Courier   PRESCOTT, AZ (The Daily Courier) -  Nala, a yellow lab, is part of the Yavapai County Search and Rescue team that found Gerlean Langford, 86, near Willow Lake around 9:30 p.m. Saturday, June 18. &nb...

Search dog helps find missing Prescott woman

Jun 19, 2016 Phoenix 12 News | azcentral.com    PRESCOTT, Ariz. - An elderly woman is safe thanks to the good work of Yavapai County Search and Rescue's K-9 team.   Alan and Carol White and their dog Nala led crews to Gerlean Lang...

Fido Bags Help Daisy Mountain Fire Save Pets’ Lives

Jun 16, 2016 The Foothills Focus    NORTH VALLEY, AZ (The Foothills Focus) - After escaping a fire, the first thing family members on two and four legs need is oxygen. Fire departments are equipped to help people, and oxygen masks are o...

Woofstock 2016 Prescott Valley: Leader of the Pack

June 11, 2016 Prescott Dog   PRESCOTT, AZ (Prescott Dog) - The 5th annual WOOFStock and Adopt-a-thon was held June 11th, 2016. The day couldn’t have been more beautiful; even the wind cooperated. It must have known that we are collecti...

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Of homes in the United States own at least one companion animal

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Of the pets impacted by fire die of smoke inhalation

       
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Of structural fires annually involve family pets

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Of our military veterans that return from duty with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

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33739 N. Scottsdale Road #101
Scottsdale, Arizona 85266
info@thefetchfoundation.com

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