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PetMeds® supports animal shelter adoptions Animal shelters and PetMeds® donations PetMeds® featured animal shelter
PetMeds® supports adoptions and encourages you to adopt one of the thousands of homeless pets that live in rescue shelters. Learn about important pet adoption tips, including what to do before and after you adopt a pet. Looking to adopt a dog or cat in need? Let PetMeds® help you find an adoptable pet in your area.
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“Our partnership with PetMeds® has been wonderful for our shelter! With their help we’re able to give pet meds and other pet supplies to keep all of the pets in our shelters healthy.”
 
 

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Most Recent PetMeds.org Blog Posts

   
Posted on January 23, 2015

I saw Beastie’s picture on the website of our local shelter and was convinced she was the one. I learned at the shelter she was in quarantine due to a respiratory illness, so we would be required to leave immediately after visiting her. After spending 30 minutes playing with dozens of beautiful, sweet, playful adoption-ready [...]

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Posted on January 21, 2015

Are you looking for a sweet, pet-friendly dog to add to your family? Meet Colonel! This 4-year-old german shorthaired pointer is available for adoption through the Wisconsin German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue.

My name is Colonel. I am a 4 year old, 75 pound purebred liver roan german shorthaired pointer with HUGE paws and a BIG gentle [...]

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Posted on January 16, 2015

In August 2011, I lost a 16 year old Yorkie I adored. I had 2 other dogs, but I missed having a fluffy little lap dog. In 2013, I started looking on Petfinder.com for a shelter dog. I found just what I was looking for. His name was Moe, and he was a 2 year [...]

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Posted on January 14, 2015

Are you looking for an affectionate and fun-loving kitten to add to your family? Meet Jeter! This 6-month-old kitten is available for adoption through All For One Pet Rescue.

As a two month old kitty, Jeter’s prospects didn’t look so good.  One Saturday morning, one of our volunteers saw a tiny black kitten get clipped by [...]

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Posted on January 9, 2015

Isabella and Cece both are rescued dogs.  Isabella was a senior owner surrender, and Cece was a senior rescued stray.  Both dogs are beautiful Min Pins, however uniquely different.  Cece was badly neglected and abused: in the 4 years she has been in my life, she finally is able to trust and solicit affection. Initially, [...]

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Posted on January 7, 2015

Are you looking for an affectionate, adult dog to add to your family? Meet Apollo! This kid-friendly senior is available for adoption through Loving Fosters K9 Rescue.

Hi! My name is Apollo, and I’m an American pit bull terrier, possibly mixed with some mastiff because of my size. I am tall and weigh in at 82lbs. [...]

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