Dogology is an avid supporter of rescue.
Dogology offers Pet Food Pantry for families in need
Dogology is pleased to offer a no-cost Pet Food Pantry to anyone from the community that needs nutritious food for their dogs or cats.
“If – for whatever reason – you cannot afford food for your pets, the team at Dogology does not want your companion animal to go hungry,” said Frances Schroeder, one of the owners of Dogology. “We have been fortunate to acquire a large supply of both canned foods and bags of dry food so that we can start this Pet Food Pantry with fully stocked shelves.”
The team at Dogology is working with local area Food Banks/Pantries throughout the Farmington Valley community to get the word out about the availability of this unique Pet Food Pantry, and asking coordinators at those food banks to provide referrals to Dogology whenever there is a need.
At the same time, Dogology will accept cash donations from customers at the store to ensure that there is a steady supply of pet food that will keep the shelves of the Pet Food Pantry stocked. All of the money raised will be used to keep the Pet Food Pantry operational – support from the local community is vital to keeping this program going.
How to get food from Dogology’s Pet Food Pantry:
Anyone that needs to make use of the Pet Food Pantry can pick up food from Dogology’s store on Mondays and Tuesdays during regular business hours. The store is located at 166 Albany Turnpike in Canton, CT (at the back of the Canton Green plaza – behind the “Pink House”). Individuals must be referred to Dogology by food bank administrators in the Farmington Valley, such as the Canton or Simsbury Food Bank, or Gifts of Love.
For more information, please call the store at: 860-352-2352.
Buy food to donate to the Pantry
Every little bit helps, and we wouldn't be able to support pets in need without the generous help of our loving community. All money donated will go directly to the purchase of dog and cat food that will keep the pantry shelves stocked. Please consider donating a small amount to help pets that might not be able to eat without it!
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