|Raise a Paw and Give Back!
As an animal lover, you may wonder how you can give something back to help pets in need. That is why we came up with "Raise A Paw & Give Back"! Each season, we'll offer a special package to spoil any dog. Our unique gift item is a rewarding way to surprise the furry pets and special friends in your life, and at the same time give back to wonderful non profit, animal welfare organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area who tirelessly work to rescue homeless animals.
How does it work? It's easy!
When adding this item to your cart, select one of the organizations from the dropdown menu. 10% will be donated to the organization of your choice.
|"Raise A Paw & Give Back" Beneficiaries:
Muttville Senior Dog Rescue saves dogs 7 years and older from shelters and people who can no longer care for them. Muttville’s mission is to change the way the world thinks about and treats older dogs and to create better lives for them through rescue, foster, adoption and hospice. Learn more at. www.muttville.org
Wonder Dog Rescue is a dedicated volunteer group, serving the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, rescuing dogs from all over Northern and Central California. Wonder Dog Rescue has saved blind and deaf dogs, puppies as young as two weeks and seniors as old as 15! We offer hospice to special needs and elderly dogs, caring for them until the end of their lives. Learn more at www.wonderdogrescue.org
San Francisco Animal Care & Control is San Francisco's only open door animal shelter that accepts any animal -
in any condition - of any temperament. SF ACC is responsible for the
City’s stray, injured, abandoned, neglected and mistreated animals - of
all species - and wildlife. Learn more at animalshelter.sfgov.org
Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS) provides for the comprehensive
needs of companion animals for low-income seniors and people with
HIV/AIDS and other disabling illnesses. By providing these essential
support services and educating the larger community on the benefits of
the human-animal bond, PAWS improves the health and well-being of
disabled individuals and the animals in their lives. Learn more at www.pawssf.org
Contra Costa Humane Society was formed as the result of the merger between two groups, Stop Pets'
Annual Yield (SPAY) and Animal Protection Bureau (APB). SPAY was
established in 1971 to support the Spay/Neuter Clinic locally and APB
formed in 1980 to combat the homeless animal problem in Contra Costa
County. A merger between the two groups was completed in 1991 and we
have served Contra Costa County as CCHS ever since. Learn more at www.cchumane.org
If you are a 501(c) animal welfare organization and you would like to participate in our program, please contact us at email@example.com.