Category Archives: Animal Welfare
National Pet Hydration Awareness Month was started to ensure the safety of domestic animals, but hydration is a particular concern in the remote tribal communities PWNA serves.
While we have turned the corner of the giving season, that time of year when many Americans consider charitable commitments, support is still needed across Indian Country.
Reservation life is complex for many Native Americans, as they navigate through food and water shortages, poverty and a general lack of resources. The same can be said for the animals. If you ever get the chance to visit a reservation, there is one thing that cannot go unnoticed – the alarming number of stray […]
Thanks to a special group of generous PWNA benefactors, every gift to honor and help Native Americans by Dec. 31 will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $50,000. This means that your donation will make twice the difference if you act this year.
October is â€œAdopt a Dog Month,â€ and itâ€™s a good time to explore how PWNAâ€™s Reservation Animal Rescue (RAR) program supports animal rescue and rehabilitation partners on the reservations.
The Reservation Animal Rescue (RAR) program of PWNA, and its generous donors, made it possible to help reservation partners feed and care for stray animals, ensuring healthier animals and communities.
Partnership With Native Americans and Reservation Animal Rescue reeived recognition from BlogPaws at their annual conference, which this year was held in Phoenix, Arizona.
PWNA’s animal welfare partners rescue, spay, neuter and vaccinate animals in need and bring humane and healthy solutions to overpopulation on the reservations.
Reservation animals need us. “They cannot create better situations for themselves. So it’s important that we do what we can to help.”
When you think of the welfare of Native Americans in our country, what needs come to mind? Food, housing, capacity building – those are all needs and ones that our organization addresses. How about veterinary services and animal overpopulation? Sounds a little bit out of left field, but it is in fact an important and […]