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Welcome to PAWS

PAWS Animal Rescue is a wholly Irish Charity (CHY12312) established in 1997. We are dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned animals, primarily dogs from high-kill pounds and owners who can no longer care for them.

By working with our committed employees, volunteers, local Veterinary surgeons and overseas adoption groups we are able to rescue hundreds of animals every year, provide them with loving temporary care, and find them well-matched, carefully screened forever homes.

We also serve as a resource to the public by providing education and information on responsible pet ownership, including the importance of spay/neuter, microchipping and Veterinary care.

With approximately 90 dogs in our care at any one time we rely heavily on the generosity of the public to fund and continue our work.
Please help us to help those that cannot help themselves.

Latest News

Today the world of Animal Welfare lost a Founding Mother written by Gina Hetherington

13th May 2018

Today, the world lost one of the most amazing human beings ever created. The world and more importantly, the world of Animal Welfare in Ireland lost a founding Mother . […]

Supporters make time for tea for PAWS fundraiser

29th April 2018

The annual PAWS tea party fundraiser, hosted by the dedicated, long term PAWS supporters and all round wonder women, Catriona Gibbons and Kay O’ Brien, was held once again this […]

Stand up for Paws comedy stand up night

29th April 2018

Laugh your socks off at the Laughter Lounge in aid of PAWS Animal Rescue ! This May the 24th, 2018, come join us for a charity comedy night fundraiser at […]

Join us for the PAWS charity lunch hosted by Amanda Brunker in Il Posto Restaurant

5th March 2018

“A Taste of Italy”. PAWS Animal Rescue are pleased to announce we are having a charity lunch in the award winning Il Posto Restaurant on St Stephens Green on April […]

Some Heroes Wear PAWS Logos

3rd March 2018

Late February / early March of 2018 saw the greatest snowfall Ireland has seen in 36 years.  With the whole country on amber and orange alerts in the days leading […]