Prairie Paws Rescue will hold its “pet meet and greet” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at James-town Tractor Supply, 1100 Fifth Ave. S.E., Jamestown. All animals are spayed/neutered and medical work completed prior to adoption for a donation.
For more information, go to www.prairiepawsrescue.com or call (701) 320-4553.
Prairie Paws Rescue will hold its monthly Pet Meet and Greet at Jamestown Tractor Supply from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. There are many new arrivals including adult dachshunds and puppies, shi-poo puppies, adult beagles, kittens etc.
Prairie Paws Rescue Pet Meet and Greet is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Jamestown TSC, 1100 Fifth Ave. S.E. Adoptable pets looking for new homes will be there for potential adopters to meet. All pets have medical work completed before adoption.
For more information www.prairiepawsrescue.com or 320-4553.
Animals may outnumber people this weekend at the annual Paws in the Park event Sunday.
Paws in the Park is a yearly fundraiser that benefits Prairie Paws, Creative Comforts and the Healthy Lifestyles Coalition.
Dog owners and people who love pets are invited to participate in the dog-walk-a-thon and other demonstrations at the Sertoma Shelter in McElroy Park. Last year, about 75 dogs were registered.
For her ninth birthday, one Jamestown girl didn’t ask for Hannah Montana T-shirts or “High School Musical” DVDs.
Instead, she asked for chew toys, collars and catnip.
Kennedy Koch, 8, asked her 10 or so pool party guests to bring donations for Prairie Paws Rescue instead of gifts for herself. Kennedy turns 9 on Tuesday.
Prairie Paws Rescue received a $5,000 grant this week to increase its number of spay/neuter operations by 100 percent. The organization’s two-year-old pet sterilization program successfully alters more than 150 animals per year to proactively fight the area’s pet overpopulation problem.
Prairie Paws Rescue is looking for permanent foster homes and adoptees for a number of recently rescued dogs until they are adopted.
The nonprofit organization recently took in a number of dogs after a man was trying to give them away in the Buffalo Mall parking lot on Jan. 29.
The rescued dogs were eight purebred German shepherd puppies, a pregnant springer spaniel and another mixed-breed dog, according to Pat Rinde, volunteer with Prairie Paws.
By Ben Rodgers, The Jamestown Sun
, February 06, 2009
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