RESQ D.A.R.T - RESQ's Distressed Animal Response and Training Unit
Going above and beyond for the animals who need rescue from extreme situations!
Whether a dog is stuck on the 18th floor ledge of a building or a bird is entangled in manja on a 50 feet high coconut tree…
Whether a leopard has fallen down a well or a bull that has fallen in an underground water tank…
Whether it is a kitten or a snake stuck in a drain pipe or puppies trapped under a mountain of rubble..
Whether it is a crocodile stuck in a toxic sewer canal or a leopard caught in a hunting trap…
Whether urban or rural..
Whether domestic or wild..
..they are rescued by the DART, a mobile rescue team that goes above and beyond for animals stuck in extreme situations.
What is the DART and why is it needed?
Over the years, human-dominated landscapes have seen an increasing number of animals getting caught in extreme situations. A multitude of resources are available for human-rescues however, the special expertise required in safely rescuing animals from difficult situations was a gaping vacuum that has now been filled by the DART, an elite mobile technical rescue team for Animal Emergencies and Disaster Response. It operates 24/7, 365 days a year and rescues all kinds of animals, domestic or wild.