Presentation on Flea & Tick Control

Flea & Tick Control presentation

PAWS Presents:

Flea & Tick Control

Do I want these pests to

Bite my pet to die or
Be repelled and die?

What’s new and what works!

An interactive discussion about the flea, tick and heartworm control market
Presenter: Pat McBride,  Bayer Health Care Animal Health

Saturday, April 12, 2014
9:00—11:00 am
San Jose Animal Care Center
2750 Monterey Rd., San Jose, CA

Thanks to All

PAWS thanks the rescues, vendors, and attendees of our 11th Annual Fall Furry Flurry for making this event a great success. See you next year!

Fall Furry Flurry is Coming! Sunday October 20th

Held at Los Gatos Creek Trail off Dell Avenue

From 9am to 1pm

 Be one of the first 30 people to register and you’ll get a cloth bag courtesy of Bayer!

 Pre-entry includes t-shirt, goodie bag, and raffle ticket. Every goodie bag will have a neat selection of items and treats for your dog, and morning snacks for you! Enjoy this dog fun-day with your pooch or by yourself. Besides the walk, there are games for the dogs too!

We’ve got lots of cool silent auction items have been donated including: San Francisco Bulls Hockey tickets, Sky High Family pack, Symphony Silicon Valley tickets, San Francisco Zoo tickets, San Jose Rep tickets,  Happy Hollow Park and Zoo Passes, Happy Tails to You, Canine Corral doggie day care, Kong toys, Earth bath products, etc.

And lots and lots of raffle items.  The more you buy the more you have a chance to win wine baskets, dog themed baskets, cat themed baskets, and other goodies!

It’s a fun day, come on out and join the party and know you’ll be helping PAWS for SJACS help homeless animals.

Get your entry off now, you can see the schedule of the event and all rescues participating:

Hope to see you there!


New surgery table benefits veterinary clinic

Dr. Rusher (left), clinic staff and PAWS
volunteers show off the new surgery table

PAWS with Dr. Rusher Rescue Relief Service have a clinic that assists rescue groups with low cost spays/neuters and other minor surgeries. The clinic has been using old and outdated equipment from other pet and human hospitals. Their surgery table was old and the hydraulic system had been slowly failing until it finally took three people to lift and lower the table top. The cost to repair it was almost as much as a new table, so PAWS decided to see if we could raise the money to purchase a new one. With the help of generous donors, PAWS delivered a beautiful new surgery table for the clinic. The new table can be easily raised or lowered smoothly with a foot pedal. It has the additional features of a top with an adjustable incline and a heated surface, which helps keep animals warm during surgery. We would like to thank all those who donated, especially Gary, who donated almost 50% of the needed funds. Your generosity has allowed PAWS/Dr. Rusher Rescue Relief Service to provide “just what the doctor ordered.”