Animal Rescue Movement,
Inc. ("ARM") was established in 1993 by Jeanne Dixon.
ARM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, no-kill, all-volunteer organization
located in Middleburg, Florida. ARM rescues dogs
and cats from local animal control shelters and abused, injured
and abandoned from the streets. For these animals, being rescued
is the difference between life and death, as most of these loving
pets would otherwise face certain death due to pet overpopulation
and overcrowding in our local shelters. We rescue mixed breed as
well as purebred animals. Once rescued, ARM provides food, proper
medical care, spay/neuter and all necessary vaccinations.
These animals will remain in ARM's care until they find loving,
ARM's physical shelter
is located in Middleburg Florida on 6 beautiful fenced acres in
the Clay Hill Area. This location is the primary home for our resident
animals along with a few foster homes that assist with newborns
and animals needing frequent medical care. Our
physical shelter is not open to the public for visiting animals
as we are not staffed to accommodate visitors at this time.
Our property includes three "portable" classroom buildings,
two kennel facilities, a small house converted to accommodate cats
and small dogs, a stall to accommodate small farm animals and a
storage shed used for storing farm animal food and our lawn tractor.
Our most recent portable building is used as our office and administration
facility. Another building is used for food and general supplies
storage and includes an area with an accessible screen porch for
our feral cat residents. The third building includes a section for
general storage and a "clinic" for medical and minor surgery
<Click on the property Image in the
upper right panel to view photos of ARM's property>