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Latest News from Providing for Paws
Come and join us at Texas Road House February 8th from 3:45pm to 10:00pm at Texas Roadhouse at: 14660 Pardee Road, Taylor, Michigan, to help us raise funds for our animals in our care. 10% of your meal price will be donated to PFP by Texas Roadhouse. We will also be hosting a bake sale as well. Please visit our Facebook link for more information here:
of the Month
Axel's Info...I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
If you are looking for a beautiful black cat with big feet and a loyal personality, Axel's your guy. He was abandoned in an empty house with a dog and another cat (Rose). He is in a foster home now and hangs out with Rose and other animals. Axel can be a shy boy and loves a routine where he knows his person will come back everyday. He plays well with kittens and other cats, but hides from dogs. Axel loves chin rubs and cat toys on strings and is learning to explore more and more. Axel is a ladies man, check out his picture and his kitty smile! He is up-to-date on his vaccines, litter box trained, FELV/FIV negative, and neutered. Axle is ready to be someone's steady lifelong pal.
His adoption fee is $100.00 and you can apply at www.providingforpaws.org.
Fill out our Adoption Application
Adoptable Pup of the month
Diamond AKA Luna's Info...I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Diamond AKA Luna's Story...
I was born March 5th 2014 and now weighing in at 68 lbs . I'm hoping my perfect forever family will find me soon - i have been waiting a long time. I live with an awesome foster family, loving people that take great care of me. I live with fun foster dog siblings and my foster family have kids that come over to visit and play.
I'm the little tom boy in my family. I like to wrestle and romp . Playtime is my favorite time, but when it's time to relax and snuggle count me in! I've learned all the important stuff too; going potty outside makes my family happy, walking nice on leash gets me extra time outside and trotting next to my foster mom's bike gives her the exercise time she wants.
If you would like to be greeted at the door with a toothy smile and unconditional love I'm ready to be your baby girl. Go to providingforpaws.org and complete an adoption application. Diamond's adoption fee is $250, she will is up to date on all vaccines. micro-chipped, spayed and heartworm negative.
Adoption Application: http://providingforpaws.org/adoption-and-foster-forms.html
Foster Homes Needed
Rozzie was saved because a foster home was found for her in her desperate time of need. She was found as a stray, starving and cold in the city of Inkster. Clearly dumped with her long nails, we could tell she had not been on the streets as those who grind their nails from walking on cement for a long period of time. Obviously used for breeding with her teets being stretched as far as they could possibly be. She also suffered trauma to the right side with a ruptured ear drum on the right and an eye that is blind. Without having a home to go to, Roz may have ended up in a high kill shelter and likely euthanized. Thanks to our already maxed foster home, she was given a place to get her proper feedings every two hours, lots of love and TLC, while she gained back her strength. Because we are a no kill rescue, we do not euthanize for space as shelters sadly often have to do. We take only what we have room to take. Therefore, without foster homes to help us, more dogs like will likely have to die by having to go to high kill shelters if we do not have the foster homes to care for them. Please consider opening your heart and home for those in need of your help to live!
We provide everything for our foster's bed, crates, toys, collars & leash, food, treats, bowls, vaccines & preventatives. You supply the love and care they need..
Requirements to foster are:
All animals in the home must be up to date on Rabies, Distemper and Lepto vaccines (Lepto for medium to large breed dogs only). As well as to be on Flea, Tick and Heartworm preventatives. We also as that you take your foster animals to very flexible vet appointments when needed and are asked to bring the foster animal to one event per month or find transportation for that animal to attend one event. Help your new foster be loved and teach them basic training skills to be obedient for their furever home. Providing for Paws does pay the cost for our volunteers to take a training class at no cost to you. One class is a $450.00 value if you were to pay for this on your own. Another benefit that is good for fosters who already have animals in the home and can use this training information for their own pets.
APPLY BELOW TO OPEN YOUR HEART AND HOME FOR AN ANIMAL IN NEED LIKE ROZ
UPDATE: BRUCE HAS BEEN ADOPTED!
Bruce pictured above and his video story below, also needs a new foster home. He has been in and out of our kennels and placed in three different foster homes since coming to us in the spring of 2015. None is by any fault of his own, just simply bad luck. We initially thought Bruce might not be able to be placed with other dogs, however he has been retested again recently and is doing better around other dogs now. We also cat tested Bruce and with a firm cat that will put him in his place, he is afraid of them. Please watch Bruce's video below and consider opening your heart and home for him. He was found just outside of River Rouge Animal Shelter as he walked up to the facility still wearing the heavy shackles that were wrapped around his neck and legs. Bruce must have known he would be helped by going to the shelter doors unexpectedly. Bruce was used for bait in fighting rings and someone took a pair of scissors to attempt to crop his ears on their own, which required surgery to repair the infected areas of the ears from this type of torture he endured. However, you couldn't find a more loving and sweet boy inside this dog despite the abuse and neglect that he sustained. He also suffered from MRSA, which he was treated for, as well as some pretty bad allergies, which we are working on helping him with and is still struggling with. Every foster that has had Bruce simply loves and adores him. They just haven't been able to keep him due to the fosters current living situations and having to move to homes that don't allow bully breeds.
Join us for Painting for a Purpose on Sunday
April 2, 2017 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Bring your own beverage, maybe some wine, and just relax while painting this wonderful picture above. Yes, you can paint that even if you think you have no painting skills at all! Painting with a Twist has wonderful instructors to guide you every step of the way. This is one of the most exciting and fun events of the season. Tickets only $35.00 for you to reserve your seat today! Please visit Painting with a Twist here to register your advanced seating today: www.paintingwithatwist.com/events/viewEvent.aspx?eventID=1014717
Tyson was found in River Rouge on December 29, 2015 he was taken to the River Rouge animal shelter where they immediately realized how critical his condition was he was rushed to a emergency hospital for care.
His body temperature was 82 degrees his weight was 52 lbs no one knew how he was alive.
12 hours later we rushed him to Emergency Hospital of Ann Arbor where he was given the best medical care.
Our Tyson is a fighter he has such strength he has taught us all what the will to live is about.....
Tyson December 29, 2015
Tyson January 2015
Tyson had to have emergency surgery on January 12, 2016 for bloat he amazed all of us again with his will to live.
Tyson is in a wonderful foster home where he is receiving the love and care he so desperately needed. He is thriving you can see daily updates on our Facebook page:
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Tyson March 2016
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