The Pet Ring Foundation

The Pet Ring Foundation The Pet Ring Foundation, serving the greater Casper-Natrona County area in central Wyoming. Preston Lee Pilant Executive Director
Derik Weeks Vice President
Kim Overman Treasure


OK folks, Diablo is set to go to rescue in Montana. However, he has an impound fee of 2360.00 which must be paid prior to his transfer to rescue. We're going to contribute ourselves 500.00. This impound fee must be paid Friday by 5, although Diablos attorney is attempting to get an extension the city isn't showing much mercy.

Ok so we have learned several people have attempted to make payments for Diablo and the court will not accept payments. The order states it must be paid in full so metro cannot accept payments either. The rescue must pay the balance in full at pickup so if you want to donate to the rescue that is collecting the dog here is there PayPal. I'm sorry I'm leaving for a wedding and not able to assist. Here is the PayPal address.

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Great news the attorney for Diablo just called me. He is being released and transferred to a rescue in Montana. However the attorney states he can't be released until Metros impound fee is paid in full. I'm waiting for a text back to know the amount. So if you can please help cover his impound fees so we can get him into rescue. Thank you! Please stop by metro and make a payment. I'll update the post as soon as I know.

I love WBHR and all the folks who help aid in their efforts. WBHR is such a pleasure to work with and help when they can...
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I love WBHR and all the folks who help aid in their efforts. WBHR is such a pleasure to work with and help when they can with other organizations. Many have passed through our doors just as over night guest on legs of their journey. We applaud Holly and her team!

Holly Moen adopted her first basset hound from Wyoming Basset Hound Rescue in 2000 because she wanted a companion for a new puppy. Little did the Cody resident know that she would one day become the organization’s director.


So court finished around 1030ish this morning for Diablo. Unfortunately it's not what we had wanted to have happen, but at this time the order for euthanasia is still on a stay. The attorneys argued a reduction in sentencing and now we wait to see what the judge decides.

We've asked that Diablo be turned over to us and our care. So we may find a suitable placement that is both secure and safe for Diablo and our community.

However the city objects and we will have to wait and see what the judge rules. So now the waiting game.


We have confirmed with the court a "stay" on the order of Diablo for his euthanizia has been issued pending further action.


As many of you may have seen the post about Diablo. This is a tragic circumstance and a very common occurance and a good example of why, Wyoming laws need changed. I've only learned of this tonight and spoke at great length to the owner. Then I've spent the better part of the evening making phone calls, emailing and talking with other rescues as we work effortlessly to save a dog who doesn't deserve to die.

At the moment we've come up with a plan of attack for tomorrow and we can only hope we can pull off a miracle and quickly.

We may need your help so please stand by.



Our annual haunted house is approaching and planning has begun. If you want to he part of it or help set up let us know! This is our biggest fundraiser of the year!


It is with a heavy heart that we have decided to close 307 bingo. Unfortunately it's just not profitable and costing us roughly between 5,000 and 8,000 a month to keep it going. That money can be better spent in other ways. Our goal and hope was it would improve and we would be able to get our clinics going again.

Unfortunately it just wasn't happening and has only continued to decline. We had hoped it would improve, but voted this morning to not renew the lease and go ahead close at this time.

We thank everyone who came and supported us and our efforts and have high hopes we will come up with another plan to help support pet ring and it's mission, but unfortunately this one just didn't work out.


2060 Fairgrounds Road
Casper, WY

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In addition to providing spay and neuter services to pet owners in need, Pet Ring Foundation also serves the community by providing pet food, blankets, treats, toys and other necessaries to pet owners in need. We assist in the fostering and placement of stray animals when necessary, provide transport and relocation to forever homes, and support pet owners in emergency circumstances.


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