PAWS has supported 9,025 shelter pets in the last 20 years. We grant money to local shelters, promote adoption, pay for staffing and dog training, and make sure our local shelter pets have everything they need to thrive.
PAWS offers free and low cost Spay/Neuter vouchers to our communities. Since 2008, we’ve spayed and neutered 6,755 local pets, preventing thousands of unwanted puppies and kittens.
PAWS has distributed 2.1 million free mutt mitts to help keep shared spaces clean.
Through Education and Outreach efforts PAWS encourages responsible pet ownership and our Trail Ambassadors and Humane Education in our classrooms have helped thousands of pet owners and students.
PAWS manages the Winter dog park and we successfully managed Sophie’s Place Dog Park from 2010-2014. At these locations, we served 56,676 dogs.
In times of crisis, PAWS is there for your furry family members. We shelter pets of victims of domestic violence (50 to date) and we are part of Teton County’s Emergency Response. If there is a local evacuation, PAWS will shelter your pets until you can be reunited.
PAWS offers financial assistance to pet families who struggle to pay vet bills. We’ve helped save the lives of 1,074 local pets through this fund.