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Elly’s Story

Elly, the almost fox-like 10 month old Dingo and Jindo mix, has one of the most inspirational stories that you’ll ever read. She has gone on to become a therapy dog for her current owner,…

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The Doggie Investigation Gang

Doggie Investigation Gang is a book series created and authored by PAWS supporter Shara Puglisi Katsos. Inspired by three real-life dogs, all profits from sales of the first book of the series will be donated…

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Ruth & Maisie

After hearing about Truth and Argus, two deaf and blind dogs that PAWS recently found homes for, Jess Wrobel contacted us to tell us about her two deaf and blind dogs, Ruth and Maisie… Deaf/Blind…

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An Update on PAWS New England

Earlier today, you may have heard that PAWS New England is close to shutting down. This is absolutely not true. Six years ago, Traci Wood started Tipton Treasures, the organization that eventually became PAWS New…

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Heroes & Hounds 2013 Calendar

PAWS is excited to announce the release of our first ever “Heroes and Hounds” calendar, featuring PAWS New England’s dogs and the firefighters in Beverly, MA. Photographed by Jenn Frankavitz Photography, this calendar features numerous…

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Bentley’s Great Escape

Exactly one year ago today, PAWS rescue dog Bentley ran away from his new adopted home. Over the next eight months, he would avoid capture time and time again. Kathleen Downey shares Bentley’s amazing story……

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Volunteer Spotlight: Loren McCaghy

Profession: Principal in a healthcare consulting firm Current pets: 4 Alaskan Klee Kai: Kua (Aumakua), Kiki, Kami, and Takota (Kota). Kiki and Takota are rescues (Kota is also a front-leg amputee). Kami is a breeder…

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A New Life for 6 Aussies…

A few months ago, we asked some of our supporters for foster homes for six Australian Shepherds who were victims of a cruelty case. The dogs had been kept in a chicken coop their entire…

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