PAWS to open Winter Dog Park on November 6 after a record-setting Old Bill’s

JACKSON, Wyo. — Thanks to wonderful and generous supporters, PAWS of Jackson Hole had an amazing Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities. During OBFR’s 24-year history, PAWS has never broken the 400-donation mark. Last year PAWS had 368 donations, and in 2020 they had a record 469 donations … that’s 101 donations more than last year! Crushed it! Thanks for helping pets and their people!

PAWS Development Director David Watson and PAWS Executive Director Amy Moore receiving the PAWS Old Bill’s check. Photo: PAWS of Jackson Hole

The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole announced on Monday that 4,349 donors made 24,041 gifts to Old Bill’s, thus raising a total of $15,314,823 for local nonprofits. On behalf of PAWS of Jackson Hole, congratulations and thank you to the CFJH staff and board and everyone that participated in Old Bill’s.

PAWS is humbled by the outpouring of local, regional and national support of their pet programs offered throughout Jackson, Star Valley and Teton Valley, Idaho.

PAWS thanks you for sharing your passion for pets!

Due to the continued support of the community, PAWS is excited to announce the opening of the Winter Dog Park on November 6 at the Teton County Fair Grounds.

Victoria enjoying a play session at the Winter Dog Park. Photo PAWS of Jackson Hole

While PAWS continues to work on developing a year-round dog park in Jackson, they are happy to celebrate their sixth winter season of partnering with Jackson/Teton County Parks and Recreation in providing this off-leash fenced area to our pet-friendly community during the winter months.

PAWS would like to remind you to please abide by social distancing guidelines, by allowing six feet of distance between you and other people while entering/exiting and recreating in the dog park. As always, please clean up after your dog. Let’s make sure the dog park is a clean and safe environment for all.

PAWS wishes everyone a happy, healthy and safe winter season and hopes to see you at the Winter Dog Park.

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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