Hours of Operation Critter’s Thrift Store: Tuesday-Saturday 11 am to 4 pm Phone: (208) 448-1180 Rescue adoption: Tuesday-Saturday 11 am to 4 pm Phone: (208) 448-0699 Fax: (208) 448-4666 Mailing address: P.O. Box 1626 Priest River, ID 83856 Physical Address: 5538 Highway 2 Priest River, ID 83856 Welcome to Priest River Animal Rescue’s website.
We are a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to the welfare of all animals. We are not a government agency and we do not receive funds from the City, County, State or Government. We depend entirely on Grants, Fundraisers, income from the Adoption Center, Thrift Store, and Donations. The mission of Priest River Animal Rescue is to provide quality humane care, rehabilitation, adoption, and education for the good of the animals and their companions in our community.
Along those lines, our intention is to create lifetime friends through adoption. Please take a moment to browse through the website and learn about our extensive programs, volunteer opportunities and continuous events in the community. If you're looking for a pet, check out our current pets page where all of our animals are posted. Feel free to contact us with any questions. Loading... Shopping online? You can now "make a donation" to Priest River Animal Rescue by ordering through Amazon Smile.
Just be sure to click through the sites below. The pets will get a small donation and you'll pay the same price as usual. Donate a Kuranda bed to our pets today! Click Here Please donate TODAY! Video shown at 2017 Auction: A special “Thank you” goes out to the Petco Foundation for their generous $4000 grant awarded to Priest River Animal Rescue, July 2017. We were able to vaccinate, spay/neuter 10 dogs and 28 cats.
It also enabled us to provide emergency bladder surgery on a cat with a urinary obstruction. Petco Foundation’s wonderful work & dedication for the animals is miraculous! Thank You Thank you!See Also: Harding Street Animal Shelter
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