Partners for Pets in the News
Edwardsville Mayor Art Risavy with Auggie, a rescue puppy that he and his wife Rhonda are going to adopt. Auggie is being fostered by Erika Pratte, the Executive Director of Partners for Pets.
Finding homes for all the dogs and cats living in shelters and animal rescues is a challenge in itself, but finding homes for terminally ill, abandoned pets is an even bigger challenge.
Partners for Pets would like to extend a heartfelt THANK YOU to our friends Petco Love for believing in our mission and granting us $20,000 to broaden our existing foster program!
Fostering is such a HUGE part of what we do at Partners for Pets. Every animal fostered allows us to save another life in our community. The Foster Incentive Fund has provided us the funds to revamp our program with things like; in home training for canines, professional photography appointments to promote adoptable foster pets, professional grooming, foster swag & so much more!
Fostering for Partners for Pets is not only FUN, we strive to make it stress free. Join our team of animal lovers today, and save a life with Partners for Pets.
ST. JACOB – It’s Pawty time again for Partners for Pets.
The group will host the fourth annual Shelter Slumber Pawty on Saturday and Sunday, March 25-26, at 9136 Lower Marine Road in Troy. Executive Director Erika Pratt will be among 15 people who will sleep overnight at the shelter with a dog or a cat as part of the 24-hour event.
Rescuing animals in nothing new to Partners for Pets but we had a truly extraordinary rescue during last week's snow storm. A rescue that took community efforts, open hearts, and a whole lot of team work!