Air for Paws in the News
Downtown Lowdown … with Dave Dindak: Pet parade during Wine Stroll will raise funds to help Air for Paws
Morgan Hill Life April 20 - May 3, 2022
Successful RE/MAX Realtor and mentor, Morgan Hill Rotary President, member of our Downtown Association, the Chamber, Community Law Enforcement Foundation, and several other organizations as well as friends with everyone she meets — that’s Terry Moriyama. I have always wondered what drives her to do it all. Her reply was simple — Morgan Hill’s “sense of community, its beauty, and how you can just feel its heart and soul.” This month’s column highlights yet another selfless endeavor, her nonprofit Air For Paws.
Orange County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit And IU Health Paoli Hospital EMS Team Up To Provide Aid To Animals In Need During Fire Emergencies
WBIW August 6, 2020
“We are excited to receive these kits at no cost to us from the Air For Paws organization and appreciate IU Health Paoli EMS for being willing to put these kits on their ambulances throughout the county,” said Deputy Ryan Smith. “The sheriff’s department and IU Health Paoli EMS are proud to work together to offer this service to the community.”
Metro Louisville EMS wants to equip all ambulances with lifesaving equipment for pets
Insider Louisville December 19, 2018
" Air for Paws sent 25 new resuscitation kits for their EMS mobile SUV units.The national organization donates hundreds of the kits to first responders across the country."
Nonprofit Air for Paws donates 18 K-9 resuscitation kits to LMPD
WDRB October 4, 2018
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Air for Paws, a California-based nonprofit that makes gas masks for animals, has made a donation to protect Louisville Metro Police K-9s ...
Kits to save dogs’ lives donated to Alex City Fire Dept.
WSFA September 25, 2018
"Alex City firefighters recently saved a dog’s life in a house fire. The German Shepherd was lifeless, but firefighters brought ‘Adler’ back to life. As a result of their efforts, on Tuesday a California-based non-profit called Air (for) Paws, which heard about their good deed, donated more than a dozen pet rescue kits to the Alex City Fire Department."
Air for Paws by Kimberly Ewertz
GMHtoday July - August 2016
"Moriyama's non-profit organization, Air for Paws, is living proof of her continued love and dedication to her four-legged friends. The idea began twelve years ago, when Moriyama read about a fire in Seminole County where both a hamster, and a kitten were saved by the use of an animal resuscitation mask."
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