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Thanks once again to:
- The Cargil Cares grant program with the help of portable kennels supplies
- Brian at TSC for having enough additional fencing supplies and animal care products to take care of the dogs
- Dr. Barb Looysen and Lisa for the on location vet care
- Becky, Tammy, and Michelle for the grooming talents.
Also, Thanks to the volunteers for setting up and helping with the animals, Becky, Donna, Linda, Kaye, Carol, Jim, Brandy. These animals are now on their way to happier lives and wonderful homes.

Noah's Wish - Noah's Wish is a unique animal welfare organization dedicated exclusively to rescuing and sheltering animals in disasters, throughout the United States and Canada. Prairie Paws Rescue wishes to thank them for their wonderful volunteers and their help in setting up our emergency shelter in Jamestown.

Holiday Safety Tips for Dogs

Spring Tune-Up - Does your pet need a tune-up this Spring?

Home Foreclosures - With a home foreclosure crisis sweeping the nation, The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) is disturbed by reports that some residents forced out of their homes are simply leaving their pets behind. The HSUS urges all pet owners faced with foreclosure to take their pets with them when they relocate. More...

PetFinder.com

Just A Dog

4 Luv Of Dog

HSUS: Take action against puppy mills

Pet Care

Oprah Show About Puppy Mills - If you are thinking about adopting a new pet, make your first stop the local shelter or animal rescue office. "You can find any kind of dog you want, any age you want, at a shelter or rescue," Oprah says.

Newspaper Articles About Prairie Paws

3/3/08 See the article in the Bismarck Tribune about our rescue.

5/7/08 See the article in the Jamestown Sun written by Kaye John: "Prairie Paws Rescue on a mission to help animals in need."

6/08 Iowa Flood Rescue



Featured Pet of the WeekImages of pets available for adoption

Meet Gemma!

Hi, I'm Gemma! I am a female kitten that came into Prairie Paws, and I was in need of a little extra TLC. I had a bad upper respiratory infection, crusty eyes, and ear mites :(. Luckily I'm getting better, and maybe you can help me feel better too! I was born around July 25th, 2016, and right now I live with my foster mommy with other dogs and cats. I am very playful and very sociable! I even dressed up as a bumble bee for Halloween this year!

To read more about Gemma, and for a full list of animals available for adoption at Prairie Paws Rescue, visit our PetFinder page.