Paws Along the River is run by an elected volunteer board and is
not affiliated with any government agency. Our main source of income is from contributions
and fund raisers. Anyone with questions on our polices, or how they are administered my call
the shelter during normal operating hours. We require 24 to 48 hour waiting period before
adoptions are finalized. All animals are spayed or neutered before adoptions are complete.
We match pets to people to reduce the chance of bad adoptions. Stop at our shelter and see
all the available pets and complete an adoption form.
Generally the meetings are held at 7:00 pm on the last Wednesaday of the month at the Paws Along the River building in the multi-purpose room. The annual meeting is held each October and members of the society are cordially invited to attend. Anyone else wanting to attend should either use the contact us option or call the Humane Society at 726-1961 to verify the meeting date, time and location. For those wanting to join the Board of Directors click here for a questionaire you can print and turn in to Paws Along the River.
|Board of Directors
|Debbie Ansell||Rick Johnson||Marie Whipple|
|Marilla Norton||Lynn Barry||Laurie West|
|Sandy Nicholson||Chris Widdowson ||Jewel Rozanski|
|Sara Brooks - Sienkiewicz|
Our Mission and Purpose
To Adopt animals into responsible homes and vigorously promote the importance
of spaying/neutering all pets. To provide shelter and kindness to homeless and abused
animals. To foster humane education and cruelty programs, hoping for a kinder environment
in which to live. We are a private non-profit Humane Society serving Warren County's animals.
We promise a second chance to the homeless animals in need of our service.