Our Mission


To not only better the life of companion animals but to enrich the lives of humans as well.

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Adopt

Foster

Adopt

Give a furry friend a loving home!

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Give

Foster

Adopt

Give back to your community by helping animals in need!

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Foster

Foster

Foster

Give a lost soul a fresh start!

About Us

Bandaged Paws Animal Rescue is a primarily volunteer run, registered charitable organization and non-profit in Grande Prairie, AB. Our focus is to help injured, homeless, abandoned, or otherwise in need animals find permanent and loving homes.  We focus on dogs and cats from our community as well as northern Alberta and surrounding areas.

We receive no government funding and rely entirely on the generosity of public donations and fundraising efforts. Most of our animals are in foster care but we do have a safe haven facility that has restricted public access for the health and safety of our animals.  

We strive to help as many animals as possible and better the community in the process by encouraging positive interactions between humans and animals and promoting responsible ownership including spay/neuter, vaccinating and microchipping.

Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Bandaged Paws Animal Rescue is based out of Grande Prairie, AB

Our rescue runs out of foster homes and we have a safe haven facility with limited public access. Please see the hours below!


You can contact us by calling or texting 780-380-PAWS, 

reaching us through Facebook message or by emailing us at info@bandagedpaws.org with any questions, inquiries or concerns. 


If it is something requiring immediate assistance, please call and/or text us!

12220 104 ave, Grande Prairie, Alberta T8V 8A8, Canada

IMPORTANT NOTE: Public Visiting & COVID-19

As a precautionary measure to limit the potential spread of COVID-19, we will be closed for public visiting and drop in dog walking until further notice. While we are still relying on our dedicated staff and volunteers to ensure all our animals are receiving the best care possible, we ask the public not to visit our facility without a scheduled appointment. 


We urge everyone to follow the recommendations of Alberta Health Services to help protect our most vulnerable community members       

Adoptions During COVID Pandemic

As a precautionary measure, our facility is closed for public visiting with our adoptable animals

All of our adoptable animals can be viewed in the 'Adoptable Animals' album on our Facebook page via the bottom below. 

Once you find animal you would like to meet, we ask that you fill out an application on our website and the adoption coordinator will get in touch with you to set up a meet and greet!