Community Paws is a new program at the  Animal Shelter that aims to help under-served populations within Blaine County.  By utilizing our Outreach Van, we are able to reach the people and pets who would otherwise be unable to access our services.

All year long, Shelter staff will be traveling around the Valley signing people’s pets up for Free Community Spay/Neuter Clinics, letting them know about the Paws for Hunger pet food bank, teaching children about dog safety and responsible pet ownership, and holding vaccination clinics. With your help, we are excited to embark on a new journey towards connecting more people and pets in positive and healthy ways in our community!

Community Paws brings resources to the people who need it the most but don’t have the ability to access them. By providing these resources to community members we’re not only improving the lives of their pets, but also the lives of the people who love them.
Nadia Novik, Shelter Outreach Director

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