Petsmart Charities Inc
Rating: 3.18 stars 11 11 reviews
19601 N 27th Ave Phoenix AZ 85027 USA
PetSmart Charities' mission is to improve the quality of life for all companion animals by creating and supporting programs that save the lives of homeless pets and promote healthy relationships between people and pets. Our vision is "a lifelong, loving home for every pet."
Adoption - more than 400,000 dogs and cats find homes each year through petsmart charities (pci) adoption program in all petsmart stores and sponsored adoption events. Pci partnered with more than 2,700 partner animal welfare groups throughout the united states.
spay/neuter - each year, petsmart charities provides millions of dollars in grants to help communities control pet overpopulation by providing low-cost spay/neuter surgeries and educate communities. Over 238,000 spay/neuter surgeries were funded in fiscal year 2014
rescue waggin' - this pioneering pet transport program has saved nearly 90,000 dogs since 2004 by relocating homeless dogs and puppies from shelters in communities struggling with pet overpopulation to areas where they are more likely to be adopted. In fiscal year 2014 the program transported more than 14,000 dogs.
emergency relief and other - petsmart charities emergency relief program assisted more than 7,900 pets in fiscal year 2014 by delivering much-needed supplies to animal rescue groups saving pets from man-made and natural disasters. Pci also provides funding for animal welfare conferences.
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How can PetSmart claim to help animals when they take the bags of food not sold and discard it in the garbage and cutting the bag so it can not be take by people in need? I witnessed the employ discarding bags of dog and cat food in dumpsters cutting the bags open before doing so. Don't they realize that with there are a lot of shelters that could use that. I live in an area hit hard by Sandy and they could of gave it to the people in their own back yards. It's a disgrace!!!!
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