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Committed to serving animals for over a century, Providence Animal Rescue League is an open admission shelter that works closely with local animal control facilities to prevent animal homelessness throughout Providence. In pursuit of their mission, PARL provides several programs to the community such as the Pet Food Pantry for low-income households and their mobile surgical unit for low-cost neuter and spay services. When they are not finding animals of all kinds their forever homes, they are hosting beloved community events like Pints for Paws.

Providence animals are most often served by animal shelters contracted by the municipality. Because of this, they see huge numbers each year. And though Providence Animal Shelter has recently adopted a ‘low-risk euthanasia’ policy, they still rely heavily on local shelters to manage their overflow. Providence Animal Shelter focuses predominantly on returning lost animals and providing treatment to strays to increase their adoptability. Additionally, they are one of the few authorized entities to distribute the pet licenses that are required by Rhode Island law.

The North Providence Animal Control Division works closely with local law enforcement in circumstances of wildlife disturbance, nuisance strays, lost dogs, and instances of abuse or neglect. Despite it being a municipal shelter, they have a small staff and rely mostly on the compassion of their volunteer and foster network. They work tirelessly to reunite families and administer justice to those who have mistreated their animals. North Providence Animal Control is quite the local powerhouse, though their size would suggest otherwise.


Upcoming Dog Friendly Events in Providence

  • Admission $25.00
    Month June
    Duration 2PM-6PM

    #1 Pints for Paws

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    Each summer at Revival Brewing Company, Providence Animal Rescue League hosts a fundraising event that conjoins those with an affinity for beer and animals alike! Featuring brews from over a dozen breweries both local and national, Pints for Paws guests also have access to the Pints for Paws Block Party. For those that are not drinking, the Block Party is free. For those that are, tickets are only $25. In addition to the beer tents, there will be vendors for food and dog merchandise. Get your pup microchipped while you listen to live music or participate in a raffle! Nearly every cent of ticket proceeds goes towards the efforts of Providence Animal Rescue League.
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  • Admission FREE!
    Month October
    Duration 2PM-5PM

    #2 Barktoberfest

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    In the great tradition of Americans using literally any international holiday to get our drink on, Barktoberfest welcomes both dogs and beer lovers to The Guild. Admission is free, and 10% of sales go towards Providence Animal Rescue League. This event will feature raffles and a dog costume contests to participate in, if you have prizes on the mind!  Kick back with an ice cold beer and a German classic from one of the several food trucks available while listening to some of the live music booked for Barktoberfest. Lastly, free raffle tickets will be rewarded to those who bring donations for PARL’s pet pantry!
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  • Admission $27.00
    Duration April-Sept

    #3 Rustic Tri View Drive-In

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    One of the last great American traditions, the Rustic Tri View Drive-In is of a dying breed. Showing double-features from April through September at $27 per carload - including pups - you can relive the 50s right here in Providence! There is an old-style snack bar serving all of the classics for purchase like soft-serve ice cream, milkshakes and french fries. Bring your sleeping bags and an FM radio reception to pick up the audio, and spend your summer nights in retro-style!
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  • Admission FREE!
    Duration 9AM-9PM, Yearround

    #4 Books on the Square

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    Like the drive-in, independent bookstores are another dying breed, but are still a treasured thing of beauty. Books on the Square is an indie bookstore that welcomes well-behaved pooches. This shop is a cornerstone of the Providence community, and locals are known to spend an entire day here snuggled up with a great book, their pup and cup of coffee. Whether you are in for a read or a quick purchase, the staff here are absolutely wonderful and ready to help you find whatever you desire. Open year-round with books varying in price from new to used, there is a little something tucked away here for everyone.
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  • Admission $18.00
    Duration 7PM-10:30PM

    #5 Providence Ghost Tour

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    Are you and Fido ready to get spooky? The history of Rhode Island is often overlooked; however, it carries a long record of America’s often horrific colonial past. Providence Ghost Tours take guests through some of the eeriest murders and tragedies this city has ever seen, all thanks to the archival work of its dedicated founders. The founders believe in historical accuracy, so unlike other ghost tours, they scare their customers with a dose of reality rather than fiction or monsters. Dogs are welcome on these tours, which are run every Saturday. Tickets are only $18, and dogs come along for free!


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