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Suggest an Animal Shelter in Need of PetMeds® Donations

From food to vet care and other pet supplies, managing an animal shelter takes a lot of resources. If you know of a shelter in need of donations please send us an email at:

Please include the following information:

  • Name/Organization
  • Website URL
  • Contact Name
  • Contact Phone Number
  • Contact Email Address

Please note: We carefully review each request, however, due to overwhelming requests we cannot respond individually to each submission. We thank you for your understanding.

Suggest a shelter to receive PetMeds donations


13 Responses to “Suggest A Shelter In Need”

  1. Susan Fingerhut on 27 Sep 2011 at 1:47 pm #

    To Whom It May Concern:

    I am a member of the English Mastiff Rescue League in the San Antonio, TX area. I do travel the state, from Corpus to Lubbock in order to save this wonderful breed from shelters and private homes. I then foster and help get the dog back to health before interviewing, inspecting and approving a particular dog for a certain family or person.

    With that being said, I am currently approved for SSI Disability which will begin at the end of November and do not have the means to purchase Trefethix (sic) for flea infestation and heartworm (after checking for it). My current dogs are indeed a great host for others and the property but I could really use some financial assistance on the product. I am hoping that you will be the answer to my prayers. The dogs must have their health issues rectified immediately so as to save them and be able to place as well.

    You may reach me personally at 210-823-0087 or by e-mail at susanfingerhut@aol.com. I thank you so very much, in advance, for your kindness and consideration regarding the adoption/foster program for English Mastiffs. You may contact Anne at MYKANN@AOL.COM for all further information about the league itself.

    Warmest regards and many thanks for your kindness.

    Susan J. Fingerhut
    Foster Rescue English Mastiff League
    San Antonio Hill Country Headquarters
    (210) 823-0087

  2. Shelter Spotlight: PAWS Animal Rescue - Swartz Creek, Michigan | PetMeds.org on 17 Oct 2011 at 4:49 pm #

    [...] Did you know PetMeds donates to shelters across the US? Recommend a local shelter in your area to receive free PetMeds donations. [...]

  3. Shelter Spotlight: Cat Adoption Team | PetMeds.org on 21 Oct 2011 at 8:28 pm #

    [...] Did you know PetMeds donates to shelters across the US? Recommend a local shelter in your area to receive free PetMeds donations. [...]

  4. Shelter Spotlight: Cat Adoption Team | PetMeds.org on 24 Oct 2011 at 2:08 pm #

    [...] PetMeds donates to shelters in need like CAT and many others across the US. Do you know of a local shelter in your area that could use our help? Recommend an animal shelter to receive free PetMeds donations. [...]

  5. Shelter Spotlight: Heavensown Rescue - Waxhaw, NC | PetMeds.org on 13 Nov 2011 at 4:44 pm #

    [...] PetMeds donates to rescues in need, like Heavensown and many others across the US. Do you know of a local shelter in your area that could use our help? Recommend an animal shelter to receive free PetMeds donations. [...]

  6. Rescue ME Clifford on 22 Jan 2013 at 10:05 am #

    Dear PetMeds:

    The above 501 c 3 rescue group could definitely use your assistance. This group is located in East Central, Illinois. We work primarily with what was a high kill shelter 99%. In sixteen months we have decreased euthenization rate to less than 1%. The only dogs put down were very violent or extremely sick. In this time period, we rescued and adopted out or sent to safe licensed shelters 213 dogs and 4 cats. We have 15 more in foster homes.

    Rescue ME Clifford treats dogs medical and emotional conditions, regardless of the cost. We have spent over $2000 on two different dogs (Parvo), $1200 on one dog (Cherry Eyes) and $800 on at least 5 heartworm positive dogs. Our adoption fee is low and thus we survive on donations, grants and other forms of assistance.

    Please consider Rescue ME Clifford for your grant. We could use your help!

    Marilyn Frey
    Rescue ME Clifford.org
    435 W. Court St.
    Paris, Illinois 61944


  7. Martha B Lewis on 23 Apr 2013 at 3:31 pm #

    Dear PetMeds:

    CATNOIR.org a 501c3 Animal Welfare Charity that could use your assistance. Located in Telford, Pa. we work with local no kill shelters to support the numerous cats, dogs, horses and small animals in their care. Thru their adoption programs they have successfully been able to find new homes for most of the residents, but struggle with those animals who are sick or less than healthy at time of visit which makes them less then favored at time of adoption.

    CATNOIR.org also works with pet owners who struggle with paying medical bills for animal medications at their time of need. We are working tirelessly to make a difference today. Our organization is all volunteer and work towards donations, sponsorships and grants to provide not only products and funding, but to support our communities needs as well.

    Please consider CATNOIR.org, we would appreciate your help.

    Martha B. Lewis
    203 S Allentown Road
    Telford Pa 18969

  8. Claudia A Cochran on 30 Aug 2013 at 9:38 pm #

    I just want to thank all of you at 1800PetMeds for once again giving me great service and a quality product. I recently ordered and received the Orthopedic Pet bed for my older Boxer Gabriel. The order came within 3 days of being shipped out from your facility, in great condition. It is an excellent firm bed, that will not crush down after usage. Not only does my senior Boxer love HIS new bed my young 3 year old Boxer girl Sara will not leave it alone. As soon as Gabriel leaves the bed she is on it. They now take turns sleeping on the Ortho bed. I have 4 pillow type beds but this is a true “hit” that they now prefer sleeping on. :)
    Thank you for your continued service and quality products. I have never ordered pet supplies like beds or toys from you, only meds. This was a nice surprise, the bed is amazing. The size is perfect, I got a large for my 84 lb Boxer, and even when he stretches out he has more leg room, he is at the edge of the bed as far as length but he is loving this bed I can tell.
    Thank you, and thank Mary for me who helped me by contacting FedEx so that the bed would be delivered to the side door of my house instead of the very public exposure of the front door. I was fearful that while I was at work someone might steal my bed, so I am very thankful that Mary got the message out to FedEx to place the bed in the fenced yard at the side door.
    Claudia Cochran

  9. Wanda Sutherland on 07 Dec 2013 at 1:59 am #

    Living at the end of a dead end road has its perks & perils. If I can assure that pups are healthy (this is a vet bill), I can find them a home, BUT…our entire city is SOOO permeated with cats that I cannot find any kittens a home. I refuse to take myself & my special daughter to the level those people were at when they dumped kittens here. In less than two months, we are up to nine cats! We’ve had the only male neutered & the kitten with the broken femur (who was injured & pregnant when dropped off) has healed, delivered 4 kittens & been spayed! I cannot keep doing this!!! I have worked all of my life & raised 3 daughters (1 with special needs) in order to receive $740.00 a month in disability. Is there any place out there that can help me & these babies? Please help!

  10. "On Dasher, on Dancer, on Prancer and Vixen! on 30 Dec 2013 at 1:22 pm #

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  11. Michelle DeRosa on 20 Mar 2014 at 1:16 pm #

    I was looking for assistance for our non profit animal shelter The Animal Haven in North Haven Ct. We are in need of heartworm preventative and flea/tick preventative. I appreciate your time and dedication to all of the animals!!
    Michelle DeRosa

  12. Ursula Brown on 18 Jun 2014 at 3:19 pm #

    We are Friends of Hermon Dog Park, a non-profit 501(c)(3) support organization for our local dog park. We support the dog park, provided us by the Department of Recreation and Parks, City of Los Angeles, with supervision of rules compliance, sanitation supplies, clean-ups, minor repairs, shade, benches, toys, flyer boxes and message board. In addition, we hold monthly themed “Yappy Hours”, quarterly Pet-Ed seminars with guest speakers, annual vaccine clinics, free spay-neuter clinics and adoption events. We also participate in the local Christmas Parade. http://www.HermonDogPark.org
    At this time we are raising funds to install dog agility equipment in the dog park and would appreciate donations of your products to use for raffle prizes.
    We have you listed on our website as one of our supporters already and have installed a link to your web site. We thank you for your past support and look forward to future collaboration.
    Ursula Brown, Treasurer
    Friends of Hermon Dog Park
    P.O. Box 411441
    Los Angeles, CA 90041

  13. Cassie Nichols on 18 Aug 2014 at 2:34 pm #

    I adopted a bully just to come to find out that he is heartworm positive. I am unemployed and trying t0 say my new baby, does anyone know anyone that would help with his heartworm treatment?

    Thank You,
    Cassie Nichols

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