Our volunteers at Prairie Paws Rescue want to thank you for dropping by our site to take a look at the lovable animals that we have for adoption. We are dedicated to rescuing pets in bad situations. Most of the animals you see here have been saved from cruel or neglectful situations and often from death. Thanks to many kind-hearted foster parents, they are being well cared for until you can give them a special place in your home and heart.
If you see one of the fur-kids on our site that you would like to meet, please contact us, and we'll set up an appointment for a visit.
Mark Your Calendars: PAW-sta Paw-Looza 2017!
You're invited to PAW-sta PAW-looza 2017, presented by Prairie Paws Rescue and Big Dog Country Radio! Join us Saturday, February 4th from 5:00 - 10:00pm at the KC Hall in Jamestown for our dinner, silent auction, raffles, ventriloquist show, and more! Plus, we will be debuting the 3rd Edition of the Prairie Paws Private Label wine!
James Wedgwood will be providing entertainment during the event with his hilarious ventriloquist performance. Read more about James Wedgewood HERE.
Tickets will be available beginning December 1st! Prices range from $15.00 - $25.00, and sponsorships are also available. Advance tickets available at Big Dog Country Radio, Dr. Dawn's Pet Stop, Southwood Vet, Country Acres Vet, Cork & Barrel Liquors, and any Prairie Paws volunteer.
For more info, download the full PDF flyer here.
HELP US FIND PRISCILLA!
Missing: Priscilla, a Prairie Paws Rescue foster dog is missing from the Jamestown S & R Truck stop area. She is wearing a green collar and Prairie Paws tag. Priscilla is timid and shy.
Update: She was seen 4 miles south of Jamestown Hospital. Any sightings and information please call Prairie Paws Rescue 701 320-4553.
Thank You, Caribou Coffee!
Thank you to Caribou Coffee inside of Jamestown Hugo's for their generous $678.21 donation from December trips! Pictured is Kaye from Paririe Paws and Tammy, manager of Caribou Coffee.
Thank you, Trevin!
From The Jamestown Sun: Trevin Behm, a 7-year-old boy who was devastated after his family lost their dog, Tucker, to a cancerous tumor, started a fundraiser Jan. 22 to purchase food for hungry dogs.
In less than a month, Trevin raised nearly $1,200, and with MAACKE Plumbing Heating & Air LLC of Jamestown matching up to $500, Trevin’s fundraiser totaled at nearly $1,700.
Read the full story from The Jamestown Sun here.
Vote for Prairie Paws Daily in the Shelter Challenge!
For several years, Prairie Paws has participated in the Shelter Challenge, and we still hope to one day win a state challenge! With your help and your daily votes, we could be awarded with a $1,000 donation, which is awarded to one shelter each month.
How To Vote:
- Click the banner above, or visit the Shelter Challenge website
- In the 'Shelter Search' form, type in "prairie paws," or search for us by state
- Click Vote!
Thank you, and remember to vote daily!
Thank You, Modern Woodmen!!
Prairie Paws Rescue would like to say a special thanks again to John Saul of Modern Woodmen. John donated a $100 shopping spree at Jamestown Tractor Supply Company to Prairie Paws Rescue. The rescue was in need of leashes, pine shavings, puppy training pads, and pill pockets. Thank you for the generous donation for the pets at Prairie Paws Rescue!!
Miranda Lambert and MuttNation Foundation Make a Generous Donation to Prairie Paws!
Country music star Miranda Lambert loves dogs, and her MuttNation Foundation has spread that love, along with thousands of dollars, all over the U.S. — including Jamestown’s own Prairie Paws Rescue.
The local rescue organization received $3,000 this week from Lambert and her charity.
“I burst into tears when I opened the mailbox and opened the letter,” said Kaye John, co-founder of Prairie Paws. “… we never get money of that denomination given to us — we feel like we’ve hit the lottery and then some.”
To read the entire story, visit the Jamestown Sun. Thank you, Miranda, Lambert family, and MuttNation Foundation!!
Pet "Meet & Greets"
Prairie Paws Rescue has a "Pet Meet and Greet" the 2nd Saturday of each month at Tractor Supply Co. located at 1100 5th Ave SE in Jamestown, running from 10am-1pm. Free will donations are appreciated 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!!
Frankie the long haired Dachshund was rescued from an area pound. There are many dogs that never make it into loving families as there are not enough foster homes or room at shelters to keep all of them. Frankie came to Prairie Paws and met his forever family thru the website. Gracie had been watching his picture and knew that Frankie was meant to be her dog.
After the family went through the adoption process, Gracie and Frankie met and it was an instant attraction. Frankie acted like he had known the family forever. Frankie and Gracie are a great pair!
CLICK HERE FOR MORE "HAPPY TAILS."
Request for Photos
Have you adopted a pet from Prairie Paws Rescue? We have had a successful year with over 160 adoptions. We are looking for "HAPPY TAILS" photos of the adopted pets. We would love to include your adopted pets' photos and any story you might have about them. Please email photo and information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Foster Homes Needed
As many of you know, Prairie Paws Rescue has no facilities for housing pets. We depend upon foster homes to take in pets until permanent homes are found. Fostering an animal can be as short as overnight, or as long as several months. The animals are placed in foster homes where nurturing begins, and during that time their medical process is completed before being adopted. If you are interested in becoming a foster caretaker to a pet, please contact us.
Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2012 17:15:52 -0400
Dear Prairie Paws Rescue,
We at potty-train-dogs.com truly admire those who dedicate time out of their lives towards helping dogs. After visiting your website and reading about your organization we strongly feel that Prairie Paws Rescue is responsible for not only saving countless dog's lives but also for improving the quality of life for many animals. While there are countless dog lovers in the world, very few strive to make the world a better place for dogs everywhere and we thank you for that.
We are pleased to present Prairie Paws Rescue with our Dog Rescue & Relief Award.
We thank you for all the time and hard work your organization provides for dogs in need. We understand what a difficult task this can be and hope that this token of our appreciation will show you how much you really are valued in the hearts of all dog owners.
Thanks again for all that you do!
Steven - Chief Editor, Potty Train Dogs
Prairie Paws Rescue Supports Our Troops
Whitney, Kaye John's daughter, was doing her part as a rescuer in Iraq as many rescue groups all over the USA were sending her food to feed the strays overseas on her off-duty hours. Now she helps with the rescue pets at Prairie Paws by helping drive animals during transports. She also helps foster some of the animals until permanent homes can be found.
Thank you, Whitney, for your service!!
Featured Pet of the Week
Hi, I'm Marlo! Prairie Paws found me in the middle of nowhere in Northern ND in December 2014. A nice man called the local humane society to tell them about a dog he had seen near his farm for nearly 2 weeks. He couldn't get close enough to catch me, so he left food for me. On a very cold day, two volunteers spent an hour trying to coax me into a warm vehicle, and then they finally caught me. My foster mommy says I am a very happy boy, and I love people and belly rubs! My tail rarely stops wagging. Although, after what I've been through, I can be very cautious of new people. I live with dog-savvy cats and I do well with them, but sometimes I like to chase them. I also love kids, just as long as they're nice to me!
To read more about Marlo, and for a full list of animals available for adoption at Prairie Paws Rescue, visit our PetFinder page.