Pound Animal Welfare Society Of Montclair Inc.
Rating: 4.99 stars 79 79 reviews
PO Box 149 Montclair NJ 07042 USA
PAWS (Pound Animal Welfare Society of Montclair, Inc.) is a non-profit, 501(c)3 charitable organization dedicated to the humane treatment of animals and finding homes for stray and abandoned cats and dogs in our community.
In our 37+ years of service to the community, PAWS has developed much expertise and a wonderful network of caring people, enabling us to be a highly responsive and flexible animal rescue group. We strive to answer every call and email in a timely manner, and offer guidance and alternatives to keep animals in their home, or when necessary, find a new home. We currently maintain two small sanctuaries – one for dogs and one for cats – which, along with our strong fostering network, enable us to continue sheltering a limited number of animals in need. At any given time, we typically can care for up to 8 dogs and 50 cats and kittens.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
adopt many homeless cats and dogs.
Geographic areas served:
Montclair, NJ - Essex County, NJ
PAWS focuses on “rescue” and “reduce” through careful adoption, fostering, and humane education. The initiative expands our ability for: finding animals good, appropriate, forever homes; preventing warehousing and/or euthanizing adoptable animals; changing public consciousness about the value of animals and our responsibilities to them; helping address the puppy mills issue; and promoting spay/neuter.
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2 people found this review helpful
i have fostered dogs, adopted dogs, and worked with PAWS rescue group for years as a dog trainer/behavioral consultant, and from my experience, they are one of the VERY BEST rescues out there!
PAWS rescue group takes dogs that no one else takes from high kill shelters and from other rescue groups. They go above and beyond to make sure that they do the work necessary to get their dogs adoptable. i work with PAWS evaluating their dogs and working with any issues their dogs may have. i also do home visits and settle in sessions upon adoption. this alone has saved many adoptions! and if, for any reason, PAWS needs to take a dog back into their rescue, they do so quickly and without drama. they are wonderful and work with their foster families, giving their foster families as well as their foster dogs everything they need to be successful, happy and healthy. PAWS also works with the community, helping pet owners in need keep their beloved pets with them.
1 person found this review helpful
My name is richard d. Im an animal control officer with 18 years experience. I got my start with PAWS back in 1997. I now work in northern bergen county, but I will never forget paws for helping me get my foot in the door.
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