PAW Express Expands to Include Wildlife

The Prince William SPCA is pleased to announce a new partnership with Animal Education and Rescue Organization (A.E.R.O.). The two Prince William County-based non-profits will work together to add additional rescue, triage care, and transport for injured wildlife by using the PAW Express Mobile Adoption Van. 

In its new capacity, the PAW Express will expand programming and be used year-round for wildlife operations. It is equipped with a generator and life-saving tools that will enable A.E.R.O. to triage and stabilize animals here in the county as well as transport the animals to wildlife centers throughout Virginia. This is the first-of-its-kind operation in our area and eliminates the need to transport injured animals immediately out of the county for care, saving time and lives. The van will be parked in the gravel parking lot adjacent to the Prince William County Animal Services Center at 14807 Bristow Rd, Manassas. A.E.R.O. volunteers are already using the van to transport and rescue wildlife. In the coming months, volunteers will staff the van certain times a week to accept animals directly from the public.

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