Each Year, Pets Adviser Donates
Hundreds of Dollars to Charity
Help Us Make a Difference in Animals' Lives
At Pets Adviser, we're proud of our commitment to helping companion animals in need.
That's why we were early members of CASA, the Coalition for the Adoption of Shelter Animals, and it's why our site features a search engine dedicated solely to finding great adoptable shelter pets for our readers. We've covered important animal welfare topics in great detail. We do all this because we truly want to help make a difference.
You Can Help Too!
This site is run on advertising revenue. We set aside and donate a sizable portion of our net advertising revenue created from this website — which means hundreds of dollars each year to help animal shelters, groups or related causes we believe in. Any remaining ad revenue is recycled right back into the website to cover our essential expenses so we can meet our commitment to give pet owners the tools they need to have happy, healthy pets.
You'd be surprised what a difference a small donation can make to a nonprofit charity. In 2011, we were able to donate $200 for the Surfin' Santa Paws Howliday Giving Drive from the "SURFice dog" Richochet, the ASPCA's Dog of the Year. This event was more than a "paw it forward" gift drive for children with illnesses; it was a way for Ricochet to visit elementary schools and teach hundreds of schoolchildren how to treat pets with kindness and respect.
Thanks to your help, Pets Adviser became a sponsor of the Brooklyn Mutt Show in 2012, donating $500 to help defray expenses to run this event, held yearly to raise money for charitable causes. The third-annual Brooklyn Mutt Show raised funds for both the Sean Casey Animal Rescue and the Wild Bird Fund.
In May 2012, we made two separate donations of supplies totaling $100 to Purrfect Pals, a no-kill sanctuary for homeless cats in Arlington, Washington. Purrfect Pals is the largest cat-only adoption organization and sanctuary in the Pacific Northwest.
In July 2012, we donated $100 to the Poodle Rescue of New England, an all-volunteer group that rescues and re-homes poodles and poodle mixes. According to Amanda Lion, a longtime PRNE volunteer, "All donations — big and small — help us to provide the best possible care for dogs in our program. We spare nothing for these dogs, and it's organizations such as Pets Adviser and other groups, along with our adopters, volunteers and friends who support us financially, that enable us to continue doing what we do."
Also in July 2012, our managing editor drove a total of about six hours round-trip to personally deliver seven bags of dog food and assorted toys to Lucky Dog Rescue, of Meridian, Mississippi. This after an online contest fiasco left the rescue group without a contest prize. (Lucky Dog was eventually promised double the prize.) Ashley Owen Hill does amazing work at Lucky Dog, and we were delighted to help her.
In October 2012, Pets Adviser teamed up with Embrace Pet Insurance for our annual Halloween costume contest. Thanks to the generous support from Embrace, we were able to offer a $1,000 donation in the grand prize winner's name to the animal rescue of her choice: the Newfoundland Club of America Rescue. Among many other important projects, the NCA rescues and rehabilitates Newfoundlands all over the country — some badly injured, others near euthanasia.
In February 2013, we introduced a monthly award to honor the countless people who work tirelessly without pay, recognition, thanks or benefits for their hard work to protect animal welfare. Winners of our Animal Hero of the Month Award receive a paw print medal and a cash award, and they can opt to either accept the cash or donate it:
- In March 2013, we donated $50 to the Purrfect Pals cat sanctuary.
- In April 2013, we donated $50 to Rocky Ridge Rescue, Ark.
- In May 2013, we donated $50 to Lilly the Hero Dog Fund.
- In July 2013, we donated $50 to Handsome Dan's Rescue.
- In August 2013, we donated $50 to Leave No Paws Behind.
- In October 2013, we donated $50 to Sherri’s Kitty Rehab and Critter Cradle Animal Sanctuary.
In April 2013, Pets Adviser donated $100 to the Montgomery County Humane Society in Rockville, Maryland. They provide shelter, food and care to thousands of animals every year — and never turn an animal away. They also work to educate the public about responsible pet ownership and much more.
In July 2013, Pets Adviser became a major sponsor by donating $1,500 to the Presidential Pet Museum Foundation in Glen Allen, Virginia. This unique museum, struggling to stay alive, provides educational and inspiring features about the presidential pets that help teach the history of our nation — and also emphasizes responsible pet ownership and promotes the welfare of animals that enrich our lives.
In September 2013, Pets Adviser pledged $500 to URIPALS, the first program in New York City to allow families who have fled domestic violence to live in a shelter alongside their pets.
All of our charitable efforts are possible thanks to:
1) Our committed team of writers and editors, who understand that Pets Adviser is far more interested in helping animals in need than turning a profit
2) YOU, our readers!
Please continue visiting our site regularly and sharing articles that you like with your friends and family. That's all you have to do! The more people reading and sharing Pets Adviser, the more we're able to help.
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