Hartz is committed to supporting shelters that do not euthanize for space and other community organizations that care for and protect pets until they find their forever homes. Through product donations and volunteer events, we are able to extend our support and make an impact on the health and well-being of companion animals while they are in the guardianship of foster families, sanctuaries and shelters.
Hartz Loving Paws™ sponsored a booth at the United Pet Fund's Paws in the Park event which benefited hundreds of regional shelters and rescues in the Cincinnati metropolitan area. The United Pet Fund™ provides these underserved and independent animal care groups with vital resources for the animals in their care until they find their forever homes.
Hartz Loving Paws™ partners with Greater Good Charities Good Flights program again to help rescue more than sixty dogs plus six cats from overcrowded shelters in the South to the New Jersey area where they will have a greater opportunity to find their forever homes.
Hartz Loving Paws™ partners with Greater Good Charities Good Flights program to help rescue dogs and cats in overcrowded shelters. Sixty dogs and cats were transported from shelters in Louisiana to St.Hubert's Animal Welfare Center in New Jersey where they will have a greater opportunity to find their forever homes.
Our partnership with Greater Good Charities also includes their Rescue Rebuild® program which gives us the opportunity to help rehabilitate shelters in need of repairs and renovations in order to improve the lives of pets waiting to be adopted and the volunteers who care for them.
During the spring and summer, animal shelters all over the country become packed to the brim with an influx of felines, which can stretch their budgets and supplies extremely thin.
While walking through an animal shelter can be a heartbreaking experience, it's also a place of hope.
Puppies are cute, but they can be a lot of work. They need training and often near-constant attention, which is perfect some families and individuals, but you may want to have a calmer, quieter experience with your pet. Adopting an older dog can be the answer.