♥ Our Featured Four-legged Companions ♥ . Welcome to PAW! The Partnership for Animal Welfare (PAW) is a non-profit group of volunteers chartered to facilitate the rescue and adoption of homeless domestic animals, mainly dogs and cats, and place them in loving and stable homes. Adoption shows are held in the suburban Maryland area several times a month to allow prospective owners to meet with the animals and with volunteers.
♥ News and Information ♥ PAW Adopted Pets Calendar for 2018 are here!! he 2018 PAW Adopted Pets Calendars are here! Check out the smiles from many of our happily adopted alumni! Calendars will be available at upcoming adoption shows and by special arrangement. Contact Amy Bleich for your copy. Get them quickly before they are all sold out! They are available for $15 each. Makes a great holiday gift! Please support this important fundraiser by buying or helping sell calendars and help us save more animals in 2018!Give to PAW through the United Way/CFC campaigns.
Our CFC number is 65456, and our United Way number is 8156 (for the National Capital Area only). Please note that PAW's CFC/United Way number may be different for other geographic areas. How would you like to help? Adopt a homeless cat or dog Volunteer with the rescue group Foster a homeless cat or dog Donations online or by mail, sponsor a special needs animal, get a MD spay/neuter license plate, name a pet, visit our online store, buy magazines or books to earn money for PAW, and more Before and After Care Information: PAW, P.
O. Box 1074, Greenbelt, Maryland 20768See Also: Animal Shelter Pet Adoption
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How to Live with Your Adopted Dog Bringing home a new four-legged member of the family? You are sure to have lots of questions. In this workshop, you will get practical advice on building a successful relationship with your adopted dog and learn how to address common issues you may face.COST: FREE!DAYS: The second Tuesday of every month TIME: 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.LOCATION: Montgomery County Animal Services & Adoption CenterADDRESS: 7315 Muncaster Mill Rd.
, Derwood MD 20855 REGISTER ONLINE HERE