PAAW - Pet Adoption Alternative of Warren

Dedicated to saving the lives of all those dogs and cats in need....

Featured Pet

Brownie and Blackie!

Hi, We’re Brownie and Blackie! We came from a house of puppies that were surrendered to the organization because our parents had us as an ooops. The owners of our parents couldn't care for us so PAAW was very nice to take us in and raise us. We were born on May 30th 2013. We are very small for our age and we are very puppy like still. We were very malnourished when we came to the rescue and that stunted our growth, so we will probably never grow to be bigger than 30 -35 pounds. We are very playful and full of energy. We love all people and pets. We just want to play with whoever will play with us. We are still learning what toys are but they do intrigue us. HOWEVER, we do love bone and chew toys! We currently sleep in a crate and stay in the crate when our foster parents are not home. We are working on house training right now. We forget we are supposed to ask to go outside, but if you take us out, we will do our business like a good girl. If you would like to arrange a meet and greet, please complete our online adoption evaluation form. You'll be glad you did!

Brownie and Blackie each have adoption fees of $150 which includes current vaccines and microchip!

Online Adoption Form:


Saturdays 11 am - 4 pm
Sundays . Noon - 4 pm
Weekdays As Available

Saturdays 10 am - 2 pm Weekdays As Available


Donations can be sent to :
PO Box 1573, Warren,
MI 48090
or click here to donate online!


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Vaccination Clinics!
Saturdays, April 12th, and May 3rd
Time:   10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Place: Debbie’s Smooch a Pooch Salon
           30642 Dequindre, Warren, MI
Cost: $10 each for Rabies, Distemper &
          $15 Distemper/Lepto combo (adults)
          $15 Lepto
          $20 Microchip
          $7 Nail Trim

Petco Adoptions!
Saturdays 11-4, Sunday Noon-4
Place: Petco
On coolidge south of maple, in troy.

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Financial CrisisThe financial crisis has touched us all, including the animals in our lives. More and more families are forced to make deeply difficult decisions, and we are all hurting. More than anyone, our pets have become silent victims of the economy. Sanctuaries, shelters and rescue groups have more animals than ever as families are forced from their homes, jobless and desperate to keep a roof over their heads and food on the table. It is the animals, the ones that can't ask for reassurance, that most need our help. As the medical bills rise for rescue groups, and foster homes are harder to come by, we are asking for your donation, no matter how small. Please, help PAAW comfort and shelter those in need!!
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