Welcome to Paw Prints in Dawson County

Paw Prints was formed in January of 2015 by a group of people who wanted to stop the overpopulation of animals in Dawson County.  We are a group of animal lovers here to educate the public on the importance of spaying and neutering pets.  We want the end result to be a noticeable reduction in the population of unwanted or feral pets and domesticated animals in Dawson County.

To accomplish this we have implemented spay/neuter programs, assisted in finding homes for animals, and taken in homeless animals to get them spayed/neutered and adopted.

Paw Prints is a 501 (c ) 3 corporation.  We are a non-profit organization made up of volunteers who receive no monetary value for helping the animals.  We all work together to better the lives of the animals because each and every one of them deserve love.

We rely solely on fundraising and donations to exist.  We do not have an animal shelter and are not affiliated with one.



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