What Makes Us Different
All4Paws has rescued over 15,000 dogs and cats. Of those rescued, we placed over 8,000 in forever homes and transferred over 6,600 to other rescues for adoption. We have become a local extended family of over 230 active volunteers and staff who share a passion to rescue, repair, rehabilitate, and love the unfortunate abused, abandoned, lost, and forsaken dogs and cats that deserve loving forever homes.
Moving our Mission Forward
Every day All4Paws saves lives. One of the biggest impacts we have in an animal’s life is making sure they are spayed or neutered. Not only is it necessary to reduce the overpopulation, spaying and neutering dogs and cats helps them to have longer, healthier lives. Realizing that adoptions alone will not end the needless euthanizing of dogs and cats, All4Paws Animal Rescue had the vision and determination to pursue our own surgical facility. Because the typical spay/neuter clinic is expensive to build and costly to operate, our research led us to a company Clinic in a Can that builds medical clinics from recycled shipping containers.
While they had never built a veterinary clinic, together we developed our Spay/Neuter clinic in a can. All4Paws then entered this innovative idea in the Petco Foundation and Jackson Galaxy Project’s annual Innovation Showdown competition, a shark tank type competition that funds innovation ideas. We were awarded $230,000 for our idea. Needing an additional $58,000 for completion we turned to our donors and fundraising to make the clinic a reality.
All4Paws Clinic in a Can has opened its doors! In the short month since opening we’ve increased productivity by 53%. We’ve been able to aid smaller area rescues with their spay/neuter efforts. This efficiency has allowed for more TNR cats to be fixed and safely released back to their colonies. Many of these surgeries are supported by your donations to our Spay/Neuter Fund.
Please consider donating to support the All4Paws Spay and Neuter Initiative.
All4Paws has rescued and adopted over 11,000 dogs and cats and to forever homes and have helped rescue and transfer another 6,500 animals to other shelters.