Author: Jill Sullivan Grueter

Jill Sullivan Grueter is the Founder of The Project Pawsitive Foundation and Editor-in-Chief for Woof Magazine. She's been featured on Animal Planet's Pet Nation Renovation as the expert in animal shelter renovations and has raised and participated in over $600,000 in shelter renovations for animals in need. She is an avid golfer, walker, piano player, and writer.

Twas the night before Christmas… Wait, that isn’t right. But, it sure does feel that way. Here I sit, the night before our next Project Pawsitive renovation. I’ve got my car all packed up with t-shirts, banners, hammers, and nails. It’s hard to believe that this crazy journey all started...

Nonprofit group gives Salem shelter a surprise makeover By Jo-Anne MacKenzie jmackenzie@eagletribune.com September 6, 2012 SALEM — A new floor for Kitty City, a soundproof quarantine room for transport dogs, improved air circulation in all the trailers that make up Salem Animal Rescue League. All those improvements — and more —...

Oh my gosh. I just came across this amazing article from Reader’s Digest that described real life accounts of pets saving their owners. Aren’t they just amazing creatures. Enjoy: Whoa, Girl Halfway through my first pregnancy, I was riding Ruby along a trail in the Pennsylvania countryside, about three miles from...

Please join us in our quest to renovate animal rescues in need throughout New England. Together with our premier sponsor, Pet Life Stores (www.petlifestores.com), Project Pawsitive (www.projectpawsitive.com) will be renovating the Salem Animal Rescue League (www.sarl-nh.org) in Salem, NH on September 14th, 15th, and 16th. This marks the team’s fifth outreach! But,...

HAMPTON, N.H. /eNewsChannels/ — The Project Pawsitive Foundation (www.projectpawsitive.com), a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to renovating animal rescues and shelters in need, has selected the Salem Animal Rescue League in Salem, New Hampshire as the team’s fifth animal shelter makeover. The project begins on Friday, September 14. “With donations dwindling and...