Paws Crossed are dedicated to being a true no-kill rescue. This means they will only euthanize for terminal illness or irreversible suffering. Paws Crossed is committed to saving as many lives as they can, while also providing the best possible environment for the pets in their care.
See more information at the Paws Crossed Website here.
Hudson Veterinary Hospital Pet Resort and Spa is proud to partner with Paws Crossed Animal Rescue and is offering all new adoptive pet parents a free one year wellness plan for your new family member. The plan is specifically designed to complement the vaccines and treatments given by Paws Crossed and ensure that each animal receives not only the proper follow up care, but encourages pet parents to bring their pet to the vet if there is any question about their health or well-being.
You’ve done all the right things when it comes to training your dog, and so far, it’s gone well: He knows how to sit and stay and shake, and he’s pleasant and polite to be around. But suddenly, training feels like a burden — and your dog doesn’t seem like he’s enjoying it, either. Time to give up?