Joe Pup donates a portion of all proceeds from gift box sales to the support of local rescue and adoption organizations. We believe that every dog deserves a loving home and family. Conversely, we feel that every family deserves the unconditional love and companionship that only a dog can give.
In addition to monetary support, from time to time we send out special "Throw A Dog A Bone" gift boxes to the organizations and facilities that we follow and support. Our "Throw A Dog A Bone" box is typically loaded with a variety of healthy, minimal ingredient, US-made snacks and treats. And toys. Lots of toys. We want our furry friends to have as much love and fun as possible, given the circumstances, while they get ready for their new families.
Following are some of the organizations that we've "adopted" so far. If you're interested in supporting any of them as well, we encourage you to follow the links to their websites to learn how you can help.
Green Dogs Unleashed
Green Dogs Unleashed is a non-profit committed to the rescue and rehabilitation of animals in need. They focus particularly on training special needs animals to work with special needs humans. As an all-volunteer organization, financial support goes directly to the animals.
Jacksonville Humane Society
Despite a serious fire at their facility several years ago, these folks never missed a beat, continuing the hard work necessary to ensure every pet in their care finds the love and companionship they deserve. JHS currently cares for more than 5000 animals yearly.
Tyson's Place Animal Rescue
Dedicated to assisting terminally ill people with caring for their pets as well as helping find new families for those animals when the time has come. Tyson's Place Animal Rescue is 100% donor and volunteer operated, donations go directly to their efforts.
Almost Home Animal Rescue & Adoption
Long Island, NY
Almost Home Animal Rescue is a dedicated group of volunteers focused on rescuing and finding homes for abandoned, unwanted and abused animals. They assist families with their pets in order to prevent surrenders to overcrowded municipal shelters. And they support and educate the community through their Training Wheels Program.