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Rescue – Rehabilitation – Hospice

Our Mission & Founder

Our rescue’s goal is to end the homelessness, abuse & neglect of all animals.
To be a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves.
To stand up and make a change.
When we can, to care for those sick, injured, or dying at the hands of others.
To nurture and find loving forever homes for them.
To make a change, to make a life better, to be an advocate.
To care.
Amanda Giese, Founder/President, Panda Paws Rescue

Amanda Giese, Founder/President, Panda Paws Rescue

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where is Panda Paws Rescue located?2021-05-17T15:39:04-07:00

Washougal, Washington

Remember we are NOT open to the general public to come and go. We do allow adopters to come into our home but we do not allow people to just stop by to meet us or our animals. We try to make ample opportunities each year for our beloved supporters to meet with us at fundraisers or public events. Additionally, we post daily and allow our supporters to follow the journey of each animal from within our home on our social media pages. Your respect and understanding is greatly appreciated.

Do you spay & neuter your rescues?2019-03-21T21:48:41-07:00

Yes, we require that every animal is spayed or neutered unless medically they are deemed unfit for surgery because it poses a danger to their life. Thankfully, that is very rare.

Do you take cats/pigs/birds/wildlife/etc?2019-03-21T21:50:28-07:00

Yes, Panda Paws Rescue does occasionally help other species. However, the vast majority of our rescues are dogs!

I found a stray, where do I bring it or can I bring it to you?2019-08-26T10:48:55-07:00

Panda Paws Rescue does not accept stray animals and we encourage you to take the animal to your local shelter that holds the contract with your respective county to help the animal reunite with their family. If the stray is a Panda Paws Rescue alumni the local shelter will contact us and we can arrange transferring that animal back into our care with them. There are laws in each county which allow time for a family to reunite with their lost animal companion and it is very important to us that we follow those laws strictly.

I want to visit Panda Paws Rescue. Can I just stop by?2019-03-21T21:50:44-07:00

Unfortunately no. We do our best to make ourselves as available to the public as possible, however, this is our family home and for our personal privacy and safety (as well as the safety of the animals) we are NOT open to the general public to come and go. We do allow adopters to come into our home but we do not allow people to just stop by to meet us or our animals. We try to make ample opportunities each year for our beloved supporters to meet with us at fundraisers or public events. Additionally, we post daily and allow our supporters to follow the journey of each animal from within our home on our social media pages. Your respect and understanding is greatly appreciated.

Are you a nonprofit / 501c3 and is my donation tax deductible?2019-03-21T21:50:51-07:00

Yes! Panda Paws Rescue is a registered 501c3 charity and your donations are tax deductible.

I have pet food, medications, kennels, etc to donate. Where can I do that?2019-03-21T21:49:18-07:00

Panda Paws Rescue runs on a very low volume and therefore our need for these types of donations is much lower than it is for a lot of our rescue partners. I encourage you to make these types of donations to your local shelters or to programs that help feed low income family pets. When Panda Paws Rescue is in need of a specific supply, we add that to our Amazon Wish List & share it on our Facebook page as well. ( www.Facebook.com/PandaPawsRescue501c3 )

How do I donate to your Amazon?2019-03-21T21:49:29-07:00

Panda Paws Rescue has an Amazon Wish List and we do encourage people to donate items on that list. We try to keep it current with each new rescue that comes into our care. If you are an Amazon Smile member, Panda Paws Rescue is a recognized charity on their list to choose from as your beneficiary each time you make a purchase.

I would like to donate, how can I do that?2019-03-21T21:50:59-07:00

Donation is the sole reason we are able to do what we do here at Panda Paws Rescue. Without our public support, the number of more needy animals we would be able to save would be drastically lower. Donations save lives & we are eternally grateful for your support. Donations can be made directly on our website ( www.PandaPawsRescue.org ), directly on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/PandaPawsRescue501c3 ) or via good ole snail mail to:
Panda Paws Rescue
805 NE Perry Road
Washougal, WA 98671

I would like to foster, how can I do that?2019-03-21T21:52:34-07:00

Currently we only have our board members as volunteers, as well as one family that does tube feeding for neonatal puppies. If you are local to the Washington State or Oregon State area and are a savvy tube feeder, please send us an email as we see a major influx of cleft palate puppies that require tube feeding for 6-8 weeks.

I would like to volunteer, how can I do that?2019-12-04T15:54:40-08:00

Volunteering is a major help in the rescue/shelter world and most could not make it happen without their selfless team of helpers. Panda Paws Rescue is operated out of my personal home and I have children. Therefore, we do not allow volunteers here so that I can run as “normal” of a household as possible for my family as well as for obvious safety reasons.

Currently, we only have one family that does tube feeding for neonatal puppies. We do occasionally need transport help and when that need arises you can find the plea for help on our Facebook page.

If you are local to the Washington State or Oregon State area and are a savvy tube feeder, please send us an email as we see a major influx of cleft palate puppies that require tube feeding for 6-8 weeks.

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Bullfrog, you're such an angel!

Beautiful old daddy Bullfrog. What a special soul he is. 🤎

Oh. My. Goodness !! I've seen Bullfrog throughout the years be mama, but this is the cutest thing ever!!

What a special boy. Such love 💕

That is absolutely precious ❤️❤️

This side eye he gave you when you woke him up and tried to move him around to see his "baby".😆🥰

Absolutely precious!

I'm totally crying! 😭 oh my heart!

He is such a sweetheart

That is the sweetest

He's like what are you doing you're going to wake the baby. hahaha

I love this so much!!!

My heart just exploded. 😍

He’s like how dare you 🤣

So sweet❤️

Aaw how cute

Awww...

Aww

English toy spaniels have the softest heart and are the most loving dog ever. I wish everybody could have one or at least take time to experience One. I remember the day you picked bull frog up. Duncan ran around our property in Montana on his 2 legs Amazing all of us, you got to meet the fabulous Blackberry and Bullfrog went to the most wonderful home. Thank you Amanda

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First pair of shoes for our splayed feather friend! Ultra soft and giving to ease him/her into physical therapy correction. The left side is much more affected but I see a micro warrior that will thrive and perch in no time! (actually a lot of time, but…)

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Already in minutes they’re correcting their feet! This case will be nonstop and fun to watch the changes!

So awesome! I once was able to correct a severe splay of my beloved chicken, Faemke. It took months, but she came back with a vengeance!! All the best for this beautiful little creature 💜

I love that no living thing is too small for you to save or help. 🦜

As a mother of multiple parrot species including Budgerigars i thank you for your kind work with that tiny creature ❤️

We used to do this same thing at a wildlife rescue I volunteered for. Works great! Good luck sweet one ❤️

Omg! I’m obsessed with cuteness!♥️you guys are the best!

Awwww! I didn't know this happened in birds too. I've only seen "swimmers" in dogs. Wow...bless you and the wee one!

Love seeing your stories. It helps me have hope in human kind. Thank you for being you

You are amazing beautiful human. This little Budgie is in the best hands I believe. Love your work!

Hope it is helpful. Are the bands going to get tighter as it gets used to wearing one?

I love all the work you do with the fur, and furless baby's

How does something like this happen? Is it like swimmers syndrome but in birds?

I love this!! I have 3 parakeets of my own and this warms my heart! Also love love love all the great work you do with all the animals!!

What a little sweetie! He/she is trying so hard! I think it will make it! What color is it? It looks like a soft grey. I l love little birdies. I had a blue parakeet named Petie as a child and he would say, “Pretty Petie!” Then I got a canary named Charlie. He was a beauty. ❤️🙏😘

Is her condition like swimmer's syndrome? I didn't know that birds can get it.

Thank you for helping this little nugget ❤️ It appears to be a male by the blue/lavender color of his cere

Amanda, what causes this? This is the first I have ever seen and I am very curious to watch this progress. I am so glad you are able to do what you do, thank you.

I love this so much. What a sweetie. Thank you all for helping the little hunni. ❤️

I love them! 💚

So awesome. I love the PPR cares for all animals. Amanda, how are you doing? I am coming up on the 1 year anniversary of the loss of my border collie, Wrigley, and I keep thinking of you and Groot.

Thank you for helping this precious feathered friend. God bless you both.❤️

Thank you Panda Paws Rescue for helping this tiny innocent bird all life matters

Amanda you do an amazing job helping all animals ❤️

You are good people!

All creatures deserve kindness...thank you

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Charming, Keen, Alert, Fearless, Confident, Faithful..... beyond CUTE, persevering, sweet and enduring.... this is your Shiba Inu! 

Kawaii is a 3 month old purebred born with some unique anomalies. These do not hinder her or hold her back! If you didnt know, you would never know... but we are thorough! She has a full, HAPPY life expectation and she hit the ground running knowing just that! Kawaii is good with everyone, everything and while she is a baby, we would like to place her into her forever home so she can adapt to the household, other animals and day-in-day-out lifestyle of her forever family. We are 100% here for any and all questions to see if she is the right match for you! 

If you think she is your newest family member, please apply at www.PandaPawsRescue.org!

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She is so precious. Love Spitz dogs! (Have a Pom myself). Alert, smart, friendly and active! My house is full (besides, I live off the East Coast in PEI Canada) and I wish this little one the very best family! Thank you for all you do... <3

The pup is in southern CA and if I'm not mistaken, they're attempting to adopt her to a southern CA resident.

We are too old for a puppy, but she is adorable. Don't really want a pet that might outlive us.

She is so adorable! Loved the video of displaying with the big dogs. No fear!!! Someone will be very lucky to have such a sweet little girl!❤🐾

I already have five beautiful babies. I really hope she finds her forever home soon. She is so adorable🐾💜

She is so cute loved her the 1st time I saw her unfourtuneatly I live in New Zealand we lost a dog before Christmas so we only have one in our home now. I hope you find her forever home real soon so she can have the fun with her new family

She is so adorable <3 Shibas are such bright, cute and lively little creatures and she is no exception!

What would the cost be to adopt her? I love Shibas. I've wanted one ever since I lost my two babies a couple of years ago.

I love her little ears🥰 she's perfect

She’s very cute! That expression is a heart melter!

She is so precious!

So very precious! Love the head tilt and the floppy ear!!! 💖💖💖

She is beyond adorable 😭😍

I just love his ears.🐾🐾

Amanda you do a wonderful job you just take the reins on this

Oh, I thought she had already been adopted. ❤️

Beautiful pooch xx

What are her unique anomalies?

Thank you for sharing

What a sweetheart! ❤️❤️

So adorable!❤️

So adorable!❤️

So adorable!❤️

What a cutie

Where are you located

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New kid! I am going to meet this little splayed leg cutie on Tuesday! I am hopeful I can help correct his/her legs even more! I cant wait to see what Salád thinks of having a fellow feather friend in the house!

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Looks like a girl! I used to have several parakeets in my 20s because of living in condos in south Florida didn’t allow cats and dogs. Now I’m 60 with one dog and two old cats and been thinking of a bird again

Aww he's beautiful 😍 my whistle and his wife used to live with with kakarikis but when my last one passed and when I got a baby cockateil whistle wouldn't let anyone else in "his" home (big flight cage) so he now lives in it alone with the wife 🤣 he's such a little terror

Ahhhh I remember Gummy❤️

This poor little baby!!! Xxxooo

This is common in small birds and easy to correct. Their legs need to held somewhat loosely together. A small rubber band is sometimes used. Good luck with the little feathered one.

Beautiful birds. Good luck hope all goes well

This shirt is really cute! Its great that you sell larger sizes. I wish it said "Panda Paws Rescue" on it!

Budgies are great pets

I love birds!

I had a baby chicken with this and some tape did wonders for it. Walked wonderfully.

Her legs look painful. So glad you’re helping!

Does that mean it cannot stand straight?

That's very different from dogs you normally have it will be interesting to see what can be done for it

Sending positive vibes from Florida. ❤️

Makeup sponge does wonders for spray legged babies

Saw a vet use a popsicle stick and vet tape to gear some legs like that

Cute and colorful! Here's hoping the best.

Please call it Kylie in honour of Ms Minogue, our down under Aussie singing budgie :)

You'll fix the little tweetie sweetie!! I have no doubt!❤🙏

What a beauty!!

Didn't know you had a budgie, good luck with your newest rescue 😊

It is a result of MBD and possible inbreeding or this chick was the last to be fed (or all of the above/some of the above). Not enough calcium and nutrition/protein and D3. I suggest getting calciboost for the water. You can "brace" the legs together and over a period of 6 weeks they should firm up. OR leave it be and get really good grip perches. I think they still sell "sand" covers. This chick stood a better chance had you gotten it when it was still in the nest and growing. My splayed leg birds/adults got support perches, which are basically rubber gear ties you get at home depot. If you do decide to "tape" the legs you will have to check the feet repeatedly during the day to insure the feet are getting circulation.

❤️❤️❤️❤️

OH One more thing. Do not feed this bird "seed". Really should be converted over to a pelleted diet. I feed my parakeet Dolly supreem fruit flavored pellets and she also get Harrisons organic pellets (as do all my birds) Seed is the absolute worst thing you can feed a pet bird it is responsible for obesity and fatty liver disease in pet birds and for birds who have "weak hips" it is VERY painful. Converting is not hard to do. You may want to supplemental hand feed while converting over. My bird was a parent raised bird eating seed when we got her, not hand tame. I worked with her and she is a hoot and on pellets! Good luck.

Google splayed leg. Been there with chicks. They're adorable in their tiny cardboard shoes.

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Kawaii has tamed all the big dogs and she is feeling like the cool kid on the block! Where ‘o where is her forever family and their application? 

Apply at www.pandapawsrescue.org and bring this cutie home while she is still a wee tot!

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If I didn't have health issues I would totally apply for this sweet little one.. just lost our baby 3 weeks ago and my mom yesterday. My heart isn't healed yet.

I sooo wish I could adopt her. My only draw back is I work all day. She is my perfect dog I have been wanting for so long! A white female Sheba. Her vertebrae problem does not matter as long as she is not in pain. Almost put in the application but for my long work hours.😥😃

Love them all… but so partial to huskies. I have two… this is my girl Kimber 💖🐾

I’d take her n a heartbeat but I live in Belgium

She is a real cutie. Some one must be out there that will love her, play with and enjoy her

I love her 💞🥰

She is so beautiful ❤️ We are fans from Norway and are following you're show on TV also. We love and admire the work you do with dogs. It's so beautiful Panda Paws Rescue ❤️ This is us, and we will continue to following the great work you do 😍

she is just too cute! I would love to have that little baby! I live in Idaho though

She is gorgeous. Shame I live in the UK 🇬🇧 x

She’s so beautiful. I have a 3 year old red male shiba and just lost my 16 year old shiba girl and my 13 year old lab two weeks ago together. I’m in Canada 🇨🇦 tho

If you could get her to Indiana I'd put one in!! She's gorgeous 😍

Such a sweet pup! 🥰

If I didn’t already have 3 dogs I would turn in a app! 😍

Beautiful baby!!

Look at the lil' cutie 💓

Of course she did

So adorable!❤️

Beautiful

What a cutie!!

Adorable

Adorable

So cute ❤️

So cute

Adorable

Dogs are the perfect companions. They offer love, support, and comfort in a world that can often be chaotic and unpredictable.

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Rescue – Rehabilitation – Hospice

Our Mission & Founder

Our rescue’s goal is to end the homelessness, abuse & neglect of all animals.
To be a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves.
To stand up and make a change.
When we can, to care for those sick, injured, or dying at the hands of others.
To nurture and find loving forever homes for them.
To make a change, to make a life better, to be an advocate.
To care.
Amanda Giese, Founder/President, Panda Paws Rescue

Amanda Giese, Founder/President, Panda Paws Rescue

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where is Panda Paws Rescue located?2021-05-17T15:39:04-07:00

Washougal, Washington

Remember we are NOT open to the general public to come and go. We do allow adopters to come into our home but we do not allow people to just stop by to meet us or our animals. We try to make ample opportunities each year for our beloved supporters to meet with us at fundraisers or public events. Additionally, we post daily and allow our supporters to follow the journey of each animal from within our home on our social media pages. Your respect and understanding is greatly appreciated.

Do you spay & neuter your rescues?2019-03-21T21:48:41-07:00

Yes, we require that every animal is spayed or neutered unless medically they are deemed unfit for surgery because it poses a danger to their life. Thankfully, that is very rare.

Do you take cats/pigs/birds/wildlife/etc?2019-03-21T21:50:28-07:00

Yes, Panda Paws Rescue does occasionally help other species. However, the vast majority of our rescues are dogs!

I found a stray, where do I bring it or can I bring it to you?2019-08-26T10:48:55-07:00

Panda Paws Rescue does not accept stray animals and we encourage you to take the animal to your local shelter that holds the contract with your respective county to help the animal reunite with their family. If the stray is a Panda Paws Rescue alumni the local shelter will contact us and we can arrange transferring that animal back into our care with them. There are laws in each county which allow time for a family to reunite with their lost animal companion and it is very important to us that we follow those laws strictly.

I want to visit Panda Paws Rescue. Can I just stop by?2019-03-21T21:50:44-07:00

Unfortunately no. We do our best to make ourselves as available to the public as possible, however, this is our family home and for our personal privacy and safety (as well as the safety of the animals) we are NOT open to the general public to come and go. We do allow adopters to come into our home but we do not allow people to just stop by to meet us or our animals. We try to make ample opportunities each year for our beloved supporters to meet with us at fundraisers or public events. Additionally, we post daily and allow our supporters to follow the journey of each animal from within our home on our social media pages. Your respect and understanding is greatly appreciated.

Are you a nonprofit / 501c3 and is my donation tax deductible?2019-03-21T21:50:51-07:00

Yes! Panda Paws Rescue is a registered 501c3 charity and your donations are tax deductible.

I have pet food, medications, kennels, etc to donate. Where can I do that?2019-03-21T21:49:18-07:00

Panda Paws Rescue runs on a very low volume and therefore our need for these types of donations is much lower than it is for a lot of our rescue partners. I encourage you to make these types of donations to your local shelters or to programs that help feed low income family pets. When Panda Paws Rescue is in need of a specific supply, we add that to our Amazon Wish List & share it on our Facebook page as well. ( www.Facebook.com/PandaPawsRescue501c3 )

How do I donate to your Amazon?2019-03-21T21:49:29-07:00

Panda Paws Rescue has an Amazon Wish List and we do encourage people to donate items on that list. We try to keep it current with each new rescue that comes into our care. If you are an Amazon Smile member, Panda Paws Rescue is a recognized charity on their list to choose from as your beneficiary each time you make a purchase.

I would like to donate, how can I do that?2019-03-21T21:50:59-07:00

Donation is the sole reason we are able to do what we do here at Panda Paws Rescue. Without our public support, the number of more needy animals we would be able to save would be drastically lower. Donations save lives & we are eternally grateful for your support. Donations can be made directly on our website ( www.PandaPawsRescue.org ), directly on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/PandaPawsRescue501c3 ) or via good ole snail mail to:
Panda Paws Rescue
805 NE Perry Road
Washougal, WA 98671

I would like to foster, how can I do that?2019-03-21T21:52:34-07:00

Currently we only have our board members as volunteers, as well as one family that does tube feeding for neonatal puppies. If you are local to the Washington State or Oregon State area and are a savvy tube feeder, please send us an email as we see a major influx of cleft palate puppies that require tube feeding for 6-8 weeks.

I would like to volunteer, how can I do that?2019-12-04T15:54:40-08:00

Volunteering is a major help in the rescue/shelter world and most could not make it happen without their selfless team of helpers. Panda Paws Rescue is operated out of my personal home and I have children. Therefore, we do not allow volunteers here so that I can run as “normal” of a household as possible for my family as well as for obvious safety reasons.

Currently, we only have one family that does tube feeding for neonatal puppies. We do occasionally need transport help and when that need arises you can find the plea for help on our Facebook page.

If you are local to the Washington State or Oregon State area and are a savvy tube feeder, please send us an email as we see a major influx of cleft palate puppies that require tube feeding for 6-8 weeks.

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