Thank You, JMS!!
The 17th Annual Penny Drive was held at Jamestown Middle School, which raised over $10,000 for three different organizations and to those in need. Prairie Paws Rescue was given over $3,000 in donations, thanks to the students and staff at Jamestown Middle School. Kaye John attended the ceremony with Prairie Paws dog, Howdy, to accept the generous donation. Thank you, Jamestown Middle School! We appreciate your donations and for your consideration to Prairie Paws!
Photo by John M. Steiner of The Jamestown Sun
April Meet & Greet was a success!!
The April Meet & Greet was held at Tractor Supply Company on April 13th, and SIX adoptions were taken place, making this one of our most successful Meet & Greets yet! Thanks to the new adoptive families and everyone who stopped by and made donations. We greatly appreciate your help and contributions!
The photos to the right are of Nala with her new family, and Donna with her new mom.
Pet "Meet & Greets"
Prairie Paws Rescue has a "Pet Meet and Greet" the 2nd Saturday of each month at TSC located at 1100 5th Ave SE in Jamestown. It runs from 10am-2pm. Free will donations are apreciated to help with extra medical costs for our rescued pets including pets dental cleanings, and other medical costs that are not passed on to adopters.
Note: A BIG THANKS to everyone who helps and especially to those who adopt our fur-friends!!
A BIG Thanks to JAMM!
JAMM (Jesus Always Matters Most) youth from the United Presbyterian Church and Atonement Lutheran Church gathered toys and collected money for the pets at Prairie Paws Rescue. They presented the gifts to Prairie Paws Rescue dogs Abbey and Mia who are up for adoption through Prairie Paws.
Thank you for remembering the pets in our foster care program with your generous gifts!
Donations can be sent to: Prairie Paws Rescue, P.O. Box 1114, Jamestown, ND 58402.
Did you know that we are all volunteers? No one is paid for their services, so all donations go directly to providing supplies and medical services for the animals.
PPR has rescued animals from puppy mills, families surrendering their pets due to life changes and strays (locally and regionally) needing good homes.
Our rescue group often works with dogs and cats on death row at many pounds, high kill shelters and cases where there is no room at the local shelters for them.
Prairie Paws drives many miles to do what we can to get these animals into our care and give them a second chance.
Your donation helps us place more animals in homes. Donations go toward medical cost of spaying/neutering, up to date shots, worming, tick and flea treatments and heartworm tests.
Thank you again for the help and funds that you provide!
How You Can Help
If you would like to help an animal in the care of Prairie Paws Rescue, please contact us. You don't have to be a foster home to help. You can help my spreading the word about our group of rescuers, provide transportation, take animals to vet appointments, collect items for the pets like blankets, toys, puppy & kitten chow, pet carriers, dog and cat beds, and high-quality food for proper nutrition. Also, cash donations are greatly appreciated to help with medical expenses like updated shots, wormer, and spaying and neutering costs. We want to ensure that the animals have a healthy start on a new life. Volunteers are welcome!
Happy Birthday, Prairie Paws!!
Happy "4th" Birthday to Prairie Paws Rescue! This is its third year in existence since its start in July, 2007.
Since then, over 500 pets have found loving homes through our Foster care program.
Also, over 250 animals have received transport assistance on their way to families and rescues - with the help of our all-volunteer group of 7.
"High... 5 PAWS" to those who have lead to success stories for the many homeless pets!!
Please Adopt Me!
We're Waiting for You...
For a full list of animals available for adoption at Prairie Paws Rescue, visit our PetFinder page.