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Here's How We Work with Non-Profits so All Animals Can Eat Well and Often.

Posted by Molly Smithson on

Portland Pet Food Company wants every animal to be well-fed and happy, which is why we work with amazing local organizations to donate 5% of our net profits and in-kind donations. If you want to make a difference this Spay Day, consider a donation to some of our favorite charities, or find one in your area!

 Bonnie Hayes Small Animal Shelter

The Bonnie Hayes Animal Shelter is open to the public 6 days a week and care for animals all 365 days of the year. In 2016, 4,000 stray, abandoned or neglected animals came through the shelter’s doors. They reunited over 1,200 dogs and cats with their worried families last year. Bonnie Hayes Animal Shelter offers adoption and relocation services for pets, as well as spaying and neutering services, emergency disaster preparedness training and additional educational courses.

Learn more about the Bonnie Hayes Animal Shelter.

Oregon Humane Society

The Oregon Humane Society rescues, heals and adopts more than 11,000 pets each year. They never place a time limit on how long cats, dogs and other pets stay at their shelter. OHS provides adoption, education, and animal cruelty investigation programs. We are proud to support OHS in their mission to end petlessness.

 Read more about OHS here.

Discover how you can support your local humane shelter.

The Pongo Fund

The Pongo Fund is Oregon’s only full-time charity focused on fighting animal hunger, because hungry people have hungry pets. They work on reducing shelter populations and keeping families together by providing emergency pet food assistance to anyone in honest need.

Learn about the Pongo Fund here.

One Tail at a Time Dog Rescue

One Tail at a Time PDX is a no-kill, 501(c)3 all-breed dog rescue committed to lowering euthanasia rates through the rescue and adoption of dogs in need, comprehensive support of adopters and community outreach through humane education programs and assistance for disadvantaged and low-income families. All OTAT PDX dogs live in approved, loving and committed volunteer foster homes.

Read about One Tail at a Time


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