Puppies - Louis & Milton put on their best faces for the chance of getting adopted from Paw Fund of Berkeley Sunday, January 24th. Paw Fund open today until 3pm. PawFund.org.
Photo Credit: Halcyon / HTVN
Paw Fund - Keep Pets In Their Homes and Out of Shelters
It's a beautiful mid morning Sunday. The latest storm has passed and the mass community of many people are on this day out biking, jogging, grabbing a morning coffee or tea and walking their favorite pet. Meet Executive Director Jill Posener of Paw Fund. Jill - a lover of animals has been the Executive Director and owner of Paw Fund since 2011 - PAW Fund is a simple idea: Helping people help their pets. We know your animal companion means a lot to you. And we know that sometimes, it’s hard to afford the basic costs of caring for a pet. That’s where PAW (Pets and Wellness) Fund can help. Education without judgement.
Paw Fund is an organization that would like to see less animals going to the animal shelters and more private funding to help provide the need and care for these animals that are cared for by low income families. "There has to be a sense and awareness of community trust." said Director Jill Posener of Paw Fund.
PAW Fund runs free monthly vaccine and health clinics. Paw Fund offers free vaccines, free and low-cost basic health services like spaying and neutering, and we can often help out with pet supplies, referrals, and information (in both English and Spanish) to help you care for your dog or cat.
PAW Fund.org is offering 2016 FREE Pet Vaccine Clinics -
Hour: 10am to 1pm / Sign up ends at 11am
An outdoor mobile clinic at the corner of Addison Street & Bolivar Drive in Berkeley.
Across the street from Berkeley Animal Care Services
For Alameda & Contra Costa County pet owners.
The next scheduled Paw Fund Clinic is on February 7th, 2016. For more information log on to www.Pawfund.org.
Paw Fund - Our Mission: To help and provide animal care to low income families. Including Vaccinations, Spay & Neuter, and Community