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Paws For Life K9 Rescue: Dog Enrichment Grant Report

Funds were used to provide care and services necessary for successful home placements of formerly homeless at-risk dogs. This includes, but is not limited to behavior assessments, training and socialization, spay/neuter, veterinary care, microchipping, and grooming.



We met Tanner at the shelter with very long, matted hair. After pulling Tanner, our volunteer groomer, Lisa, came by Paws For Life to give him a glow up, AND WOW! Tanner looked amazing and felt so confident afterwards. He started to come out of his shell and playing well with the other dogs in the play yards. After Tanner received a hair cut, vaccines and was spayed, we didn't have him for long until he was adopted to a wonderful family.