2015 Canine Classic and Wine & Bitch at The Resort at Paws Up!
You and your pups, or one of ours! (Or just you!)
Wine & Bitch Dinner and The 7th Annual Canine Classic at The Resort at Paws Up.
Wine & Bitch: The Wine & Bitch dinner is back by popular demand! Enjoy five-star cuisine, only the best wine, and special locally-priced luxury lodging at The Resort at Paws Up the night before the Canine Classic.
(Contact The Resort at Paws Up for lodging information 877-580-6343)
7th Annual Canine Classic: The Canine Classic is a trail hike/run for you and your dog(s) through the scenic trails at Paws Up, with a gourmet BBQ lunch, and dog-friendly activities. Click "Join Now" for registration options.
The Resort at Paws Up | 40060 Paws Up Road | Greenough, MT 59823
Wine & Bitch Dinner - Saturday September 19, 2015
7th Annual Canine Classic - Sunday, September 20, 2015
Event proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Western Montana's 98% adoption rate and its mission of Saving Every Animal Every Time.
Emily Adamson, Director of Development
Join us at The Roxy Theater on Tuesday, June 16th for a special showing of The Paw Project Movie. The Paw Project documentary is an inspiring David and Goliath story of a grassroots movement to protect felines, both large and small, from the cruelty of declawing and how the movement has prevailed, despite the efforts of well-funded professional veterinary associations.
In the United States today, approximately 25% of domesticated cats are declawed. Declawing is the amputation of the last bone in a cat's toes. Despite the physical and behavioral harm inflicted on cats who are declawed, many veterinarians continue to recommend the procedure.
These are animals we love, and with whom we share our homes. Why aren't we being told the truth about what the declawing procedure involves? The Paw Project documentary chronicles the happy and unexpected twist of fate that led to the protection of many animals through the grassroots advocacy efforts led by Dr. Conrad and The Paw Project.
Visit the official website for more information at: www.pawproject.org
Thank you for your interest in fostering for the Humane Society of Western Montana! This is a great opportunity to help stressed, sick, young or injured animals get back on their feet again, and to help families who have a unforeseen emergency and need a short-term home for their pet/s. Fill out our H.O.P.E. foster application below and get started!
Critter Camp helps children build a sense of kindness, respect and responsibility for all animals and life. Meeting new friends while caring for shelter pets fosters self-esteem and confidence, in both two-legged and four-legged participants. Kids leave camp inspired to be animal ambassadors at home, in their neighborhood and in their community, while sharing what they have learned with their family, friends and neighbors.