JACKSON, Wyo. — PAWS of Jackson Hole is throwing the swankiest soiree in the valley next weekend, and it’s going to be a howlin’ good time.

Raise the “woof” at Hatch Taqueria Saturday, Oct. 19 at the first-ever PAWSH party. The hippest paw-ty in town includes live music from Beats By Capella, a taco bar, a Booze Bottle Pull and Silent Auction to benefit PAWS’s eight programs that all work to help Jackson, Star Valley, and Teton Valley pets.

Chances are, you’ve been touched by one of PAWS’s programs in one way or another. Be it a spay and neuter voucher, PAWS’ MedFund, or the thousands of MuttMitts they distribute throughout the valley, PAWS is constantly making an impact on local pets and their people.

Your $25 ticket plus any participation in the Booze Pull and Silent Auction go directly to PAWS to help fund their programs.

Did we mention your ticket also grants you access to a taco bar from 7–8 p.m. and two free specialty cocktails?

Don’t miss the inaugural PAWSH Saturday, Oct. 19 from 6:30–11 p.m.

Silent auction prizes: 

– Wyoming Whiskey tasting, bottle, and fan gear. 1 hour with a Wyoming Whiskey rep for up to 10 people, plus a bottle of Wyoming Whiskey, and fan gear to take home the night of PAWSH.

-Custom pet tattoo by Mike Zimmer.

-Custom gunpowder pet portrait by Danny Shervin.

-Pet intuitive session with Kathy Chandler.

-Sushi rolling 101 with Dave Van Ham for you and 5 of your peeps! Learn how to roll or sit back and let Dave do it for you.

-A season of SLOSH. A sloshie a week for the winter ski season from the Bodega.

-Get styled at Nest of Jackson Hole.

-A kegger at the Bird for up to 20 friends.

-Get cleaned up with a 6-hour residential cleaning from Outpost.

-Fly over the Tetons with Teton Hang Gliding.

Big thanks to this year’s PAWSH sponsors: Pinky G’s, Orijin, Becky & Jeff Eidlemiller, Bank of Jackson Hole, and Mike’s Body Shop

Community Partner:

PAWS of Jackson Hole

PAWS of Jackson Hole’s mission is to serve as a community resource to prevent pet homelessness, to protect pets from harm and suffering, and to promote responsible ownership

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