Angel Wings

Angel Wings Rescue is run by Debra Lawson, a retired nurse who loves animals. They are her hearts desire and her passion! Angel Wings Rescue, once known as Angel Wings Ministry, was born out of her compassionate heart. Her heart is for dogs and cats that are injured, lost, alone, in need of tender loving care and need someone to love and care for all their special needs. Angel Wings Rescue is not just about the animals. Debra is blessed by many opportunities to speak into the lives of so many people through this ministry and knows that that animals she has rescued have helped to bring people to the Lord, receive healing and unconditional love. Debra doesn’t work alone, she has great volunteers and many House Pets that help to bridge the gap between abused, neglected and hurt animals and loving human hands. Click here to learn how you can Volunteer.

Angel Wings Rescue
164 Cowlitz Gardens Road
Kelso, WA 98626

Mailing Address:
PO Box 1447
Woodland, WA 98674

Feel free to call Debra at

Alternate Message Phone: 360-610-7778



Bartley’s For Dogs

This is a great on line pet supplies store. They have great toys and treats for your dog. The best thing about them is, they share their profits with rescues. When you shop with them, you get a log in that shows you the dog you are directly helping! HOW COOL IS THAT? These guys are awesome! .




Healing Souls Reiki

Kerry Morony has been a practicing Reiki Master since 2010 and also has been a certified veterinary technician for the past 15 years. She delights in helping all souls, human and animal, with her favorite being horses.

Kerry literally goes the extra mile for her clients, traveling all over the state of New Jersey, including parts of New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland.

Kerry is conveniently located in the South Jersey area.

If anyone is interested in having a Reiki session for themselves or their pet(s), or, if you have any questions, please visit my website:, or you can email me at

Molly’s Wish

Molly’s Wish, Inc. was formed to provide awareness, educate and support in the fight against Puppy Mills and animal abuse.

Molly’s Wish, Inc. will educate the public, provide a safe haven for animals rescued, help with expenses for those that need extra help, and advocate to change laws and legislation.

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Paws For the News  A Voice for all Animals.

This is a great site for news on all aspects of animal rescue and animal advocacy. It is like an on line news paper and a blog all rolled into one. This is a worth while site to visit.

Don’t Shop – Until They Stop!

The Canadian Resource to help you decide where to shop, stores to avoid, and where to find a new forever friend!

We are a Canadian group dedicated to stopping the sale of kittens and puppies in pet stores!

Our movement is spreading into municipalities across the country – and every one of them was started by someone like you!

The above organization is a great, they do a lot of great work networking and spreading the word about puppy mills on Facebook. Please friend them.







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  1. A Washington Township pet store’s doors will be closed for the next month after it was found to be in violation of health and safety regulations.

    The Washington Township council passed a resolution to suspend The Puppy Stop’s license for 30 days, beginning on April 1, and charge a $500 fine after an investigation by the Gloucester County Department of Health alleged violations regarding the Fries Mill Road store’s keeping of medical records and sanitary conditions.

    According to a case synopsis of the department of health v. The Puppy Stop, Inc., the pet store was issued a noncompliance rating after county and state animal facility inspectors found violations in May and June of last year.

    The “charging documents” issued to the store owner, Mark Harnish, alleged problems with sanitary operations, as well as problems with “patterns and practices” in suggesting the suspension of his operation license.

    The synopsis said inspectors could not “effectively correlate” the animals’ medical histories because of issues with intake records. The county reported it did not find any specific harm to animals.

    In addition to ceasing operation for 30 days, the owner is to implement a “record keeping system that will ensure that inspections can be done such that each animal’s medical history can be easily tracked and verified,” as well as “pay strict attention to labeling and expiration of medication.”

    The synopsis also said Harnish “presented as someone who has a genuine concern for those animals in his care.”

    Since 2010, the county’s Department of Consumer Protection has received five complaints regarding The Puppy Stop.

    A man who identified himself as the owner, but did not give his full name, said he had “no comment” on the closing when contacted by phone last week.

    A notice on the pet store’s Facebook page said the store would be temporarily closing for renovations, including upgrades to the floors, pens, walls and more. It announced on the page on March 26 that “ALL PUPS NEED TO FIND HOMES THIS WEEK.”

    Contact staff writer Michelle Caffrey at 856-686-3686 or

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