RESCUE ME! is the first benefit event held in partnership with NAWS – National Welfare of the U.S. and K9 Tailshakers. Portions of proceeds will assist families in need of veterinary care provided by the NAWS Animal Clinic (10080 West 191St, Mokena, IL). A larger portion will be provided to Rainbow Assisted Therapy, non-profit organization that works with trained, registered therarpy dogs to help people, especially children with special needs to improve their health and quality of lfe.
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And that labor is ongoing. While the spay and neuter clinic is fully operational, as are microchipping services, many other areas of NAWS are still in development. As we walked through the second story, Arnold explained how the room would be used as a free meeting space for nonprofit organizations, and the bathroom would be converted into a grooming spa for dogs. The walls upstairs were also lined with colorful prints by artist Dean Russo depicting stylized cats and dogs.
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NAWS will schedule a monthly dog transport from the Porter County Animal Shelter to their animal clinic from April through October, with the first transport occurring April 9.
Overnight Boarding in Club Suites.
NAWS Humane Society is a non-profit animal clinic and pet rescue. Their mission is to end pet overpopulation and suffering. To help them to achieve their mission, they operate a pet clinic that provides quality, affordable medical care for pets, including spay/neuter services. So about 10 years ago, this go-getter found some like-minded friends and the Northland Animal Welfare Society was born. The birthing and development process has been slow and steady. Now, the group, affectionately known as NAWS (taking a pun from how puppies and kittens gnaw and teethe), has a low-cost spay/neuter clinic on Broadway in Gladstone.NAWS works with several animal welfare organizations that have become our transport partners. Our partners have joined us in our mission to stop euthanasia of companion animals due to over population. Together we organize monthly transports that allow people from other communities the opportunity to send their animals to our clinic to be spayed/neutered and vaccinated, and returned the same day.NAWS started with a handful of volunteers who were passionate about the welfare of all animals, especially those who have been abandoned. This is how positive change happens – someone sees a need and takes action to bring change. Goldie Arnold, founder/president, has been with NAWS since its beginning and has done AMAZING things! They built their clinic building in 2012.