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Robert Misseri

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The Diamond

Background Information

Employment History

President

Paws of War

President

Guardians of Rescue

Affiliations

Founder
Urban Animal Alliance

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FORKS - A full veterinary report ...

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FORKS - A full veterinary report on the 124 dogs - and one python - from the Olympic Animal Sanctuary will be complete today, said Robert Misseri, president of Smithtown, N.Y.-based Guardians of Rescue, which is organizing the eventual distribution of the dogs to other rescue groups.

No media or television cameras have been allowed onto the Rescued Unwanted Furry Friends Foundation (RUFFF) shelter in Golden Valley, Ariz., about 23 miles east of Bullhead City, where the dogs are being kept while waiting for other rescue organizations to take them, Misseri said.
"The biggest challenge is being in a remote part of the U.S. with limited supplies," he said Sunday.
The property where the dogs are located is an hour from the nearest store that carries the kind of hardware needed to build 124 kennels.
"It's just crazy down here. If we could have done this in Forks, we wouldn't be in this predicament," Misseri said.
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Markwell is expected to depart the RUFFF property today or tomorrow, Misseri said.
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Misseri said that most of the dogs have proven to be friendly toward people and can be handled by volunteers but cannot be placed with other dogs, complicating matters for kenneling.
"If we could put five dogs in one kennel, it would be easier," he said.
The wood transport crates are being removed from the trailer and will be left at the shelter, some of which may be used as temporary shelter for dogs that cannot be safely secured in the hurricane fence kennels built by volunteers, he said.
As of Sunday, Misseri reported there were still not enough outdoor kennels for the dogs, and Guardians volunteers were having difficulty finding enough supplies to complete the kennels.
Misseri, who is a producer for "The Diamond Collar," a new reality TV show about a mobster-turned-groomer and dog rescuer, said the show has already wrapped up filming and was not involved in the OAS rescue.
"The show had nothing to do with [the OAS rescue] at all. There is no filming," he said.
Misseri was a member of the cast of another rescue reality show, "Rescue Ink Unleashed," which ran for a single season in 2009, on the National Geographic Channel.
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The Guardians of Rescue has worked with RUFFF in the past but is not involved in the donations to keep the shelter open, Misseri said.


FORKS - A full veterinary report ...

www.peninsuladailynews.com [cached]

FORKS - A full veterinary report on the 124 dogs - and one python - from the Olympic Animal Sanctuary will be complete today, said Robert Misseri, president of Smithtown, N.Y.-based Guardians of Rescue, which is organizing the eventual distribution of the dogs to other rescue groups.

No media or television cameras have been allowed onto the Rescued Unwanted Furry Friends Foundation (RUFFF) shelter in Golden Valley, Ariz., about 23 miles east of Bullhead City, where the dogs are being kept while waiting for other rescue organizations to take them, Misseri said.
"The biggest challenge is being in a remote part of the U.S. with limited supplies," he said Sunday.
The property where the dogs are located is an hour from the nearest store that carries the kind of hardware needed to build 124 kennels.
"It's just crazy down here. If we could have done this in Forks, we wouldn't be in this predicament," Misseri said.
...
Markwell is expected to depart the RUFFF property today or tomorrow, Misseri said.
...
Misseri said that most of the dogs have proven to be friendly toward people and can be handled by volunteers but cannot be placed with other dogs, complicating matters for kenneling.
"If we could put five dogs in one kennel, it would be easier," he said.
The wood transport crates are being removed from the trailer and will be left at the shelter, some of which may be used as temporary shelter for dogs that cannot be safely secured in the hurricane fence kennels built by volunteers, he said.
As of Sunday, Misseri reported there were still not enough outdoor kennels for the dogs, and Guardians volunteers were having difficulty finding enough supplies to complete the kennels.
Misseri, who is a producer for "The Diamond Collar," a new reality TV show about a mobster-turned-groomer and dog rescuer, said the show has already wrapped up filming and was not involved in the OAS rescue.
"The show had nothing to do with [the OAS rescue] at all. There is no filming," he said.
Misseri was a member of the cast of another rescue reality show, "Rescue Ink Unleashed," which ran for a single season in 2009, on the National Geographic Channel.
...
The Guardians of Rescue has worked with RUFFF in the past but is not involved in the donations to keep the shelter open, Misseri said.


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Robert Misseri, Founder/President ,Guardians of Rescue


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Robert Misseri, Founder/President ,Guardians of Rescue


My Business - WELCOME

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This week, The National Defense brings you a show focused on people helping out our Veterans and active duty military members with great stories from the Paws of War program from Guardians of Rescue and it's founder, Robert Misseri, reuniting foreign dogs with their soldiers once they return home from active duty.

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