DAWG IS HERE TO HELP

DAWG volunteers are monitoring phones and email.  Please contact us and we will do our best to assist you during these challenging times. 

Douglas Animal Welfare Group

dawg.douglascountynv@gmail.com

Fix-A-Pit Bull Program:                                775-901-7666

Fix-A-Family Pet Program:                           775-901-2821

Community Assistance:                                775-901-9596

Foster A Dog Or Cat Program:                     775-267-7325

Found Cat Program:                                      775-790-1050

TNR: Trap Neuter/Spay Return (Feral Cats)  775-901-7555

Veterans Adoption Assistance Program:      775-267-7325

General Information:                                      775-267-7325

 

THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS, STAFF, VISITORS AND ADOPTORS FOR A SUCCESSFUL BETTY WHITE ADOPTION EVENT ON SUNDAY, JANUARY 16

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SAVE A LIFE - FOSTER A DOMESTIC CAT OR KITTEN

Short Term Fosters Urgently Needed for DAWG's Found Cat Program

DAWG covers all expenses including food, litter, supplies and medical care (if needed)

For more information call the Found Cat Program Coordinator at 775-790-1050

Kittens may be available through our foster care program so contact DAWG if you are ready to add a new family member.

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THANK YOU CARSON VALLEY FOR VOTING DAWG BEST NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION AND BEST SERVICE CLUB/ORGANIZATION FOR 2021

CAT COTTAGE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT DOUGLAS COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES

Responsibilities include feeding, watering, cleaning and caring for our guests.

If you have the time and desire to help please click HERE to complete a Douglas County Volunteer Form,  Select Volunteer then Select APPLYAPPLY

DOG AND CAT FOOD NEEDED!

Please donate to FISH Ranchos Family Service

921 Mitch Dr., Gardnerville 

10 am - 5 pm  M-F

LOTS of pet supplies available at the FISH Store - beds, leashes, collars and toys.

ATTENTION VOLUNTEERS

Anyone interested in volunteering needs to contact Douglas County Animal Services at  

775-782-9061 for information and instructions.

Thank you for your understanding.

DOUGLAS COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES 

Open 1-5 Mon,Tues, Wed, Thur, Fri, Sat

Open Sunday by Appointment Only

Call 775-782-9061

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Thank you to COD Casino, Max's Pet Supply, Pet Station and the Community Center for hosting pet food donation barrels.  Please support our local businesses and local dogs and cats.

DOG AND CAT FOOD DONATION BARRELS ARE LONELY

CAT FOOD ESPECIALLY NEEDED

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Douglas Animal Welfare Group is a proud recipient of funding from the Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation

 
Mya is 4 Years Old
Mya is 4 Years Old

Spayed Female Shepherd Mix. Not good with smaller animals.

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Sugar is 6 Years Old
Sugar is 6 Years Old

Spayed Female terrier mix with up to date shots.

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Pepper is ADOPTED
Pepper is ADOPTED

8 Month Old Spayed Female Hound mix.

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Mya is 4 Years Old
Mya is 4 Years Old

Spayed Female Shepherd Mix. Not good with smaller animals.

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DOUGLAS ANIMAL WELFARE GROUP
WELCOMES YOU

Bettering the lives of Douglas County Animals

At Douglas Animal Welfare Group we’re raising funds and promoting initiatives to serve the people and animals who need them most. We believe in taking action with urgency in order to raise public awareness about some of the most pressing issues facing today’s society. Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference in the lives of Douglas County animals.

PROGRAMS & COMMUNITY SERVICE

DAWG initiates programs and services to help the community with the care of their pets. It is DAWG’s belief that such assistance may reduce the shelter animal population with special spay and neuter programs or short term assistance. These services and programs may be long or short term at DAWG’s discretion and funds available.

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COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE

DAWG's Community Assistance (CA) program helps primarily low-income, veterans and active duty military Douglas County residents keep their pets healthy by assisting with the cost of veterinary and other care. 

For more information contact DAWG (775) 901-9596.

PROGRAMS & COMMUNITY SERVICE

DAWG initiates programs and services to help the community with the care of their pets. It is DAWG’s belief that such assistance may reduce the shelter animal population with special spay and neuter programs or short term assistance. These services and programs may be long or short term at DAWG’s discretion and funds available.

CONTACT DOUGLAS ANIMAL WELFARE GROUP

PO Box 1850 
Gardnerville, NV 89410

 

Fix-A-Pit Bull Program:  775-901-7666

Fix-A-Family Pet Program:  775-901-2821

Community Assistance Program:  775-901-9596

Foster A Dog or Cat Program:  775-267-7325

Found Cat Program:  775-782-9061

TNR: Trap Neuter/Spay Return (Feral Cats): 775-782-9061

Veterans Adoption Assistance Program: 775-267-7325

General Informaion:   775-267-7325

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